Four of us dined. We appear at the entrance 20-30 after opening, and find the door locked. We weren't sure of the entrance, so walked to the other end. Found a back kitchen door open and holler in for somebody. Ask them if the are open, to which he said yes, then tell him the front door is locked. Hmm, this doesn't look good. We enter and the place is dark, dismal, and hot. On our search for an entrance, we saw a patio; we ask if we can sit on the patio and are taken to the area. We are presented with two tables with chairs and filthy dirty table cloths. At any second, I was expecting the employee to pick up the table cloths, turn them around, slap them with his bar rag and say "there you go. But he did none of that, and as a result, we ate at table with dirty table cloths. It looked like someone just locked the door from the prior meal and didn't care to clean up or change out the soiled linen. The meals were mediocre, with one of them having undercooked chicken. We were there on a Tuesday night and the place was deserted. The bartender was our waiter. Makes me wonder if this place only does good business on Flaminco nights. But I truly cannot recommend a place that doesn't have the ability to open at opening time and to have a clean place and linens when shift starts. Makes one worry about the condition of the kitchen and safe sanitary practices.
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