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This festive New Haven Restaurant was opened in 1999 and offers authentic Mexican cuisine, an outside patio, bar, speciality drinks, wines by the glass, catering for special events, a Cinco de Mayo celebration, spacious seating, vegetarian menus, daily specials, happy hour, handicap access, reservations, smoking and non smoking areas, and a great dining experience. It has three other locations at Mt. Kisco in New York, and Fairfield and Westport in Connecticut.

Location: 236 Crown Street, New Haven Connecticut 06510 Telephone 203-785-0674 Fax 203-785-1577

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Noank) Abbott's Lobsters-in-the-Rough
(New Milford) Adrienne-Fine American Dining
(Stamford) Agos Restaurant & Bar
(New Britain) Angelico's Restaurant
(West Hartford) Angelo's on Main Rockledge
(Danbury) Atlantic Restaurant

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