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
Mi Luna is OK restaurant, good music.
By karina c at Insider Pages
it's a great place to eat. & hang out with fiends.OK food, some days they need help with customer service. on the weekends nights not so bad club... Read More
Mi Luna Lunera cascabelera
By Sergio P at Insider Pages
...food is good, and they have tons of different things.. I like the Monk Fish on a peanut sauce tapa. It gets busy and lots of nice people go eat/... Read More
My Luna Before You Eat?
By Tammy R at Insider Pages
You can order tapas and go away satisfied. I almost did...but then I ordered the curry chicken sandwich! I'm glad I did. Now I will always go ou... Read More
The food is too bland or over season.
By Otoro at Menuism
The food is too bland or over season. Read More
By Jennifer A. at Judy's Book
For something different, try tapas. We decided to try Mi Luna for Friday happy hour. Despite good specials ($3 sangrias, margaritas, draft beers,... Read More