This is our go-to place when we crave consistently decent food, even if a bit pricey. For the most part, the service is good. But if you want peace and quiet, this isn't the place for you starting around happy hour, when it becomes infested with drunk old gringos who try to act 30 years (or more) younger than they really are. However, if you eat here anytime until around 4 pm, it is usually a delight. We come with the entirely family, and enjoy it. Good steaks and burgers and pretty decent seafood and vegetarian options.
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