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The menu at Casa Ramos II ventures beyond familiar Mexican dishes with a wide selection of seafood and dinner plates garnished with fresh guacamole. Chefs cast a wide net at dinner, reeling in prawns to wrap in bacon for apretalados ($12.95) and hooking baby shrimp to join cheese and mushrooms atop the talpiquena's ($15.25) carne asada steak. Thirteen twin enchiladas ($8.25?$12.75) hide fillings such as crab and shredded beef after hanging stockings under blankets of homemade, Christmas-colored salsa. Lunch is served until 3 p.m., during which time 15 specials ($7.95) highlight house signatures such as tangy pork chile verde alongside steaks smothered in chipotle gravy.