Saw the reviews and decided to stop by for happy hour and an early dinner. They were out of the seafood ravioli so I had the Sweet passion (grilled fish with sweet sauce). In order of importance, the caipirinha was delicious. Drinking on an empty stomach might have altered my taste buds. But the drink wasn't too sweet or too strong. Service was actually pretty quick compared to the usual. That also could have been because we went at 5 and the table was reserved for 7pm so the staff wanted to make sure the table would be ready in time. The fish was cooked well and the sweet potato mash and coleslaw served with it were good. Nothing remarkable, but not disappointing ($17). If I come back, then it will probably just be for drinks since happy hour was 2 for $10 and it was a nice ambiance.
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