Papi Tino’s has got to be the cutest place I’ve ever been. I see no reason to eat inside, so I recommend making sure the weather is good (it’s Austin, what are the odds that it won’t be?) and enjoying the patio.
It’s a little ka-ching, but not ka-ching-ka-ching. I guess that’s how I describe something that’s on the upper end of affordable Mexican food.The guacamole is great, ceviche is good, but the chilaquiles were disappointing. Mellie described them as, “Nachos?”
I tried the $7 bloody mary, and though it wasn’t bad I think the mimosas are the real way to go here. I really love this place, and can’t wait to go back. I’ve been one other time, and the margaritas are truly to die for.