You won't forget - the food is
absolutely wonderful and authentic. The atmosphere is one of a kind with a collage of 50's farmhouse tables and charming chach-ki's of every kind. Each table has cards for idle hands and a little table for little ones to draw & play. Sombrero's and chili pepper lights adorn the walls, and of course, one matador in velvet. Inviting and so comfortable, you will want to come back at least 2-3 times a month. The food, tho, is just beautiful. Exactly as it should be and priced fair - for the freshness and simplicity. You'll want to share and these are full plates. Kids menu too. Yum!
Beana's is a tiny little hole in the
wall treasure! Very casual, no liquor license, and drinks are served out of red plastic cups. Great portion size for a reasonable price. Gets very crowded and noisy, so it's good to go at an off time. It's a small place, so it's not ideal for a big group. Their salsa and chips are great and fresh! If you enjoy Mexican food, you will certainly enjoy Beana's.