Diablo Royale — A Spooky Halloween Brunch

In keeping with the Halloween season, A-Tooch visited neighborhood hot spot Diablo Royale Este, a new tequila bar and Mexican restaurant. I like the dark, “saloon-like” decor but couldn’t remember much else about the place from my many last-stop trips here on weekend nights…

Lucky for us, the place was decked out for Halloween and had just unveiled a brand new brunch menu :)

I was disappointed to see salsa-less chips dropped on our table when we sat down. However, once I tasted these hot cinnamon-sugar chips, I immediately calmed down. Tasted like little crunchy churros. I love it.

Roommate stayed basic with the chicken tacos. Fresh and delicious.

I went with good ol’ huevos rancheros, because I’m classic like that. They were tasty but could not compete with the awesome jalapeño cheese grits. I would probably visit this place for JUST these.

The huevos… would probably go well with Diablo’s “Bloody Maria” but I just could not stomach it that morning.

I should also mention that in… oh… SIX months when it may possibly get warm again, Diablo has a sweet patio out back. Pay it a visit. You’ll like.

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