Even though I was warned to keep an eye open for the restaurant's driveway from the Pan-American, because it is easy to miss, I still almost missed it, which would have been a shame. The food was delightful. The alligator was tender and crispy (we shared an order as an appetizer), the suckling pig was wonderful, and the paella (we shared two orders of seafood paella between 6 people) was delicious. The setting was lovely. I do wonder why there are multiple signs indicating that pets are not allowed. On this particular night, we would have preferred that the prohibition be of unruly kids, as a group of four or five kids ran wild, and unrestrained, through the restaurant, including essentially over my son's lap, and attempted to get into the kitchen, all to the dismay of the wait staff and apparently the total un-attention of their parents (I mention it here only because one of my party got the impression that the parents had some connection to the restaurant -- but that is rank speculation).
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