The patio at this Uptown area eatery has more limited shade so dress in light weight clothes to be comfortable. A table with an umbrella near the fountain is a good choice on a clear evening while under cover along the restaurant front is better if there are rain concerns. Avoid being too close to the greenery covered wall as it may block any breeze. Guests can find an array of beverages to help beat the heat curated by Sommelier/Beverage Director Sean Beck. While cerveza and margaritas are classic, consider trying a chilled bottle of Casa Madero rosé, it pairs beautifully with the Mexican coastal cuisine and it is made by the oldest winery in the Americas. Salud!
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