When eating at a "neighborhood" spot, you let some things slide because you are there for one reason...the food. Unfortunately, the food just wasn't good. We ordered the chicken tacos, the roasted chicked and churrasco, all of which came with rice, beans, and fried plantains. The tacos were the worst, filled chicken that resembled and tasted like mystery meat while the shells seemed to be soaked in grease. The roasted chicken was well seasoned but not fresh and the churrasco was overcooked. And both meats seemed to be soaked in grease. Even the rice and beans were soaked in grease. Everywhere we turned, grease! As we pushed our plates away, we began to look around and began to fall out of love with the outdoor patio. While it does remind you of an authentic restaurant in some small Spanish town, care wasn't put into ensuring customers have a pleasant experience. A mop and dirty bucket sat in the open, trash cans were full, etc. The only upside was that we only spent $5.50 a piece.