EVERYBODY is welcome!!.
I was there on the afternoon the other reviewer mentions...those girls were asked to leave because they didn't have IDs. It had nothing to do with whether or not they were "Mexicans". The bar has a legal obligation to not serve anyone without proper identification, regardless of how old they say they are. They were only upholding the law and unfortunately these girls chose to post inaccurate information here out of spite. It's a decent, neighborhood bar...nothing extraordinary but comfortable and worth a visit if you're looking for a bar in the area...regardless of your nationality.
Mexicans not welcomed.
A friend and I decided to go have a drink here this past Saturday afternoon (12/20/08). We are both hispanic girls in our mid twenties. Chantele, a white, female, part owner of the bar, was at the bar getting belligerently drunk. She was obliterated. She told my friend and I, in her belligerent state, that we "needed to leave" because we are "bad news" and began SCREAMING, literally, at the top of her lungs- and half in tears, about how she was going to "loose half a million dollars because of f-ing Mexicans." My friend and I are two regulars girls and nothing about us looks threatening. Chantele had to be asked to leave by her own staff. A friend she was with had to struggle with her to get her to leave....and as she left she continued to scream about her hatred of Mexicans. At 27 years old, we NEVER thought we would experience the brush of racism. Afterall, this is southern California, and 2008, not 1956. This was a really bad experience because it was our first visit to the bar and we really did like it, until the part owner decided to hate on us just for being Mexican. Everyone in the bar felt bad about what happened, many witnessed it, and all assured us she was just not in the right state of mind. Never the less, a drunk speaks the truth, and I think it's important that everyone know what sort of people are running that bar.