First time dining here. You can easily not find this place as it's almost blocked out by the overpass. Inside the place is somewhat dated in styling but we loved it. We enjoyed our chat at the bar with Sal (owner) before we ate. We ordered the typical Spanish items like Gambas al ajillo and Chorizo which didn't disappoint. Among the four diners, we ordered paella, scallops/shrimp and Filet. Everyone loved their dinners. The sangria was good, not the best I've ever had though. We'll be back.
Semper Fi Sal.
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