The patio at this San José taco joint feels a lot like a backyard party—rustic mismatched furniture, the smell of sizzling tortillas, seemingly endless supplies of cold cervezas, and a live band that goes on as soon as the sun sets. The small-but-mighty menu has something for purists and adventurous types alike. For the former we suggest the classic Baja fish tacos and a side of guacamole; the latter will go nuts for the duck tacos and the grasshopper appetizer. The other specialty here is local Mezcal, which you can consume in shot form or mixed into craft cocktails (the mojitos are the best, but trust us, go slow).

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