Justin and I took advantage of another beeeaaa-uuuu-ti-ful day by walking over to Market Square. We had been eyeing up a potential gift to bring home and also wanted to have lunch at Mi Tierra.
Walking through the doors you first walk by the amazing craziness that is the bakery case. It took us about .4 seconds to agree that we would be stopping back here after our meal.
And then we were lead into one of the dining areas, and I’m a bit amazed that our corneas didn’t explode.
The food, you ask? Yea, it was phenomenal. Rated right up there with Taco Taco in our opinion. The tortillas were crazy fresh and well worth eating one all on its own. But, although there is definitely a flavor difference, there isn’t much visual difference between one plate of enchiladas, rice, and beans from any other place, and truthfully, not all that pretty. It is much more fun taking pictures of the roaming mariachis!
With a little room left in our tummies, we headed back over to the bakery case and made a few selections.
It was pretty much like Justin’s dream bakery – so many things completely covered in coconut! I enjoyed a simple roll of sweet cinnamon dough, that reminded me a bit of a shortbread cookie. I’m sure the few treats we brought home won’t last very long!