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The restau­rant name means “yours” in Span­ish, and when you en­ter the restau­rant, you’ll rst no­tice the com­fort­able and fa­mil­iar trap­pings of home. The two-story build­ing, made of an as­sort­ment of bricks, wood, and fa­mil­ial trin­kets, speaks of warmth and fa­mil­iar­ity. Built on the phi­los­o­phy that shar­ing is car­ing, T S is the brain­child of Krsna Al­ge­nio and Kai Sa­son, whoo crafted a menu that mar­ries Euro­pean food with all the com­forts of a home-cooked meal. With por­tions big enough for dates or groups off friends, you’ll come to enjoy the new takes on old fa­vorites, like the hicken Ranch Pot Pie or the Half-baked ookie, which will have you lick­ing your uten­sils af­ter­wards. For those that want a de­li­cious main course, try the Just Sea Salt- And­dPep­per Steak with any of the lo­cal beers for a clas­sic pair­ing that never fails to please.

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