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Sink or Swim for 210 Ceviche

Photo: Ana Aguirre, License: N/A

Ana Aguirre

Your best bet: stick with the ceviche sampler

Perhaps it was the dangerously delicious and sweet 210 cocktails that drove dozens of diners into the restaurant on an overcast Sunday night to watch Mexico’s men’s futbol team lose to Panama in one of the CONCACAF Gold Cup openers. The best-selling Sirenita, a slushy mango nectar and Malibu rum sipper once again returned the beach-y feel of the restaurant. The Pirata, a mix of Ciroc, peach schnapps, pineapple and cranberry juice could easily be found at any coastal resort. The 210 Michelada, served in a massive Mason jar, could fix any cruda (or make you forget your favorite team’s loss).

Paired with a fruity cocktail, one might forget the taste of that aforementioned Albacore goop. Hopefully 210 Ceviche remembers its namesake, and learns to stay the course and leave the more adventurous cuisine off this boat.

210 Ceviche

9502 IH-10 W, Suite 101,
(210) 593-9300,
Best Bets The ceviches (duh); Try the Mar Rojo and the Tres Islas, citrus-cured fish or shrimp with tomatoes, serrano peppers, white onion, cucumber and cilantro
Hours 11am-11pm Sun-Thurs; 11-2am Fri-Sat Prices $3.95-$15.95
The Skinny Feeling nautical? Save your money for the booze and the ceviche at this Pacific Coast-style Mexican seafood restaurant.

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