Anamia's has about the best Tex-Mex I've ever tasted, and believe me I've tried a LOT of Tex-Mex in my time. It's a family-owned place (wife Ana, daughter Mia) and I'm betting it will thrive! I had traditional Tex-Mex (it's that "old dog / new trick" thing), but K had their shrimp enchaladas and said they were fantastic. And their margaritas were done right, too, using a lot more than just the usual whiff of tequila fragrance. The atmosphere is definitely not your typical cheesy mexican-village-mural-painted-on-the-wall, but instead a very nice soft contemporary feel that's just loud enough and just dark enough to be comfortable. We enjoyed it so much we gave an Anamia's gift card to a friend whose birthday party was last night. Two thumbs up, and that's only because I don't have three thumbs.
Then there's Tru-Fire Kitchen and Bar. Their slogan: "Life happens in the kitchen". Most of their cuisine seems to be Italian although I saw a waiter delivering a burger to a table nearby. (Boy did they miss out!) We each had an adult beverage and a small Caesar salad and then shared a gourmet pizza...."Parma Prosciutto". It was mouth watering! And again the atmosphere was very comfortable. Dark but not too dark and some lively noise that still allows for conversation. The hardest part was deciding on which entre to order. Decisions, decisions... ;)
Today we're doing more packing, and going by Ikea to check out some new everyday dishes, and I think we need some new kitchen knives, too, then on for some coffee and read time afterwards. But first, back to Anamia's for their weekend brunch.
Y'all have fun!