With ingredients from this charming restaurant's organic farm, chefs turn out creations such as chiles rellenos stuffed with squash blossoms, a heavenly house salad with roasted tomatoes, and grilled fish with ginger and cilantro. Given its name and outstanding tequila selection, it's obvious that the white clams would be sautéed with tequila, which also flows in a flambéed stream over giant Baja shrimp with plantains and black beans. You can count on mangos appearing in sauces and desserts when the courtyard trees shading the tables produce a sweet, fruity fragrance. Soft lighting from hanging wicker lamps and candles flickering off crystal goblets add romantic elements in a cozy courtyard and air-conditioned indoor dining room, and the waiters are both helpful and unobtrusive. Complete your repast with a taste of Clase Azul or Casa Noble tequila and, if you're so inclined, a Cohiba from the walk-in humidor. Reservations are recommended.