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Mexican food and US Open tennis September 14, 2010

While in Los Angeles we were able to eat at a family favorite restaurant named:

I had the vegetable fajitas:

(sorry I totally picked at the avocado)

What I really like about this restaurant (other than the food) is the ambiance. They have authentic decorations complete with:

Before we left I had been watching Nadal’s match with Gilles Simon and was feeling pretty bummed at having to miss the end, but lo and behold they were showing the match on a television near my table! It was fun getting my entire table to applaud as Nadal celebrated his victory even though my aunt didn’t understand a thing about the game (only that my future husband Nadal was alto y guapo). Good food and a Nadal match, what more could I want Β in one sitting? πŸ™‚

Update: Nadal won the US Open! I was too happy for words last night, I felt so much pride πŸ™‚ Vamos Rafa!

Photo: US Open

Happy Tuesday!

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5 Responses to “Mexican food and US Open tennis”

  1. Maddy Says:

    Can you believe I managed to watch the entire tournament and missed the Final?! Mondays are always busy and I was expecting it to be this Sunday…boo 😦 Glad he won though!

  2. Wow! That food looks amazing! I know nothing about tennis; therefore, I haven’t been keeping up with the whole U.S. Open thing. πŸ™‚

  3. Kristin Says:

    I think I could eat Mexican EVERY day. It’s sick how addicted to it I am. HA!

  4. Oh, that food looks so yummy! Like Kristin, I could seriously eat it everyday.

  5. firepages Says:

    I live grew up close to the Mexican border (about 4 hours away) and the local mom and pop restaurants have to-die-for dishes that look exactly like yours. I would eat it everyday if my thighs would let me!


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