La Condesa Gourmet Taco Shop Adds a Bar

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La Condesa, the stylish little eatery of Mexican fare in Phoenix, has just gotten an additional punch of panache -- it's added a bar.

And not just any bar, this one was custom made in Mexico, is accompanied by cowhide-covered stools, and fits perfectly with La Condesa's rustic interior and ultra-cool works of art.

The decór around La Condesa's new bar isn't finished yet and there's no date as to when a full liquor selection will be available, but until then, patrons can feel free to belly up and order Mexican beers including Corona, Corona Light, Victoria, Negra Modelo, and Pacifico, along with tasty fare like the Oaxacan black mole burro or a simple snack of chips with a few salsas from La Condesa's outstanding salsa bar.

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