This rambunctious palapa directly behind the Quinta Real is one of the most happening spots in town for food and drinks. It's better known for drinking than eating, though they have a fairly large menu, and the place isn't nearly as grimy as some other restaurants in town. The food is modeled after a Mexican grill and is heavy on lots of finger foods, as well as platters of chorizo and grilled meat, steaks, tacos, nachos, fish, and pasta. Service tends to be slow. There's a DJ or live music on the weekends.