While on our own little mini food tour, we stopped in here for a drink and some apps. The bartender talked up the blue corn empanadas, so we chose those, the chickpea croquettes, and the heirloom tomato salad. We both felt the empanadas were too "blue corn" tasting and you couldn't taste any flavors of the filling. The tomato salad was really good, but the star was the chickpea croquette dish. This came with a rhubarb mustard and was awesome. I'd def return!
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