This is an a la carte restaurant. All the menu items are ordered separately. The taco types fall into six categories: beef, poultry, seafood, pork, vegetarian, and breakfast (only certain times). They also have menu items you can add such as chips and salsa/guac or side dishes along with a variety of drinks. My group tried tacos from each of the five categories. The West County housewife, southwest tuna, and traditional carnitas were very good and well received. The roasted street corn casserole was delicious. The borracho beans were good, but not as stellar as the corn. All of the menu items have very thoughtful combinations and placed on a corn tortilla. Our service was fine, but our server kept getting our orders mixed up, and when we went to pay, checks were wrong. The biggest downside is seating is mostly outdoors. If it's too windy, they won't put the umbrella shades up. And they squeeze as many as they can onto four top tables.
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