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Hi I feel embarrassed to say since I've basically lived here all my life, I have never come into eat at Pete's Satire, so I am one long over due customer to try out your Mexican food. I frequent Pete's Greek Town for great Greek food.
Used to live just around the corner so it was an easy stop for a Mexican food (if you can call it that) fix. Obviously, this is not "authentic" Mexican food since the owner is Greek and all of his other restaurants are Greek BUT I always found the food to tasty after a pitcher or two of their killer blue margaritas. Loved this one quirky waiter who was there for years - if you were here back in they day you know "This plate is HOT".
My favorite Satire Lounge memory is having a really terrible day - dumped by my girlfriend the weekend before and recently fired by my job as well, with no money to pay the bills. My friend James swung by my place unexpectedly and took me out to eat at the closest Mexican joint we could find - Pete's Satire Lounge. Their delicious baked Chile Rellenos, beer and the company of a good friend all made a bad week a helluva lot better.