The restaurant is serving tacos, flautas and burritos in the former Freshwater space.
If you've wanted to try the tacos that have been floating around the internet this year, here's where to find an order.
The restaurant serves Mexican favorites ranging from burritos to carne asada to ranchero specials.
The opening is a step up for the restaurant, which previously had just a stand at the market.
The restaurant fills part of the space formerly home to Mangia Italiano.
The restaurant will offer classic Mexican fare alongside specialties like street tacos and crispy California tacos.
The restaurant has been closed since a fire ripped through the restaurant last March.
Enjoy breakfast or lunch – think sourdough French toast and street tacos – and a free cup of coffee at the bustling eatery.
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