The Low Down
The Extras: Sunday brunch (served 11am-3pm) is popular and includes a wide selection of tapas, an omelet station and bottomless mimosas, champagne and sangria.
Parking: It's difficult in the Village, particularly during dinner, so spring for the valet.
What to Drink: The wine list is surprisingly varied and affordable, and always a good accompaniment for a tapas meal. For a twist on traditional sangria, try Mi Luna's signature sangritas (margarita mixed with sangria).
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Vibrant and bustling Rice Village eatery known for tapas, potent sangria and a sexy, young clientele.
by Contributor at Citysearch
Perennially packed on weekend nights, this Rice Village staple boasts a varied crowd and simple, Spanish-style decor. Tables interspersed around the spacious u-shaped bar have the best vantage point for the small stage.â¦
By Kalli Knight at Citysearch
Mi Luna has a great atmosphere with wonderful food. I have booked numerous corporate events at Mi Luna. It's a great location for large parties and... Read More
By maureen1964 at Citysearch
The bread was at least day old (feeling it you can tell it had been sitting out a while) and the food came out WAY too quick - evidence that Chef M... Read More
By chulita1980 at Citysearch
I went their for the first time on a Saturday night. I got their around 11pm. The place is so nice and upscale. People are nice. Drink service w... Read More
Tapas and Entertainment
By Le Vieux Loup at Citysearch
We heve been going here often for over 7 years. The food is always very good from seafood to lamb and never takes too long. Nice selection of wines... Read More
By Dan75 at Citysearch
I have been to this place 4 times and every time the food was just ok and the service was ok a little slow. One thing I will never order was the M... Read More