The new mexican place that we can all seem to agree we like is Tapas, here in downtown Lawrence. Last time we were there, the margaritas were strong, the fajitas were tasty, life was good. This time, not as much as last time, but we feasted on all the good news we had to celebrate instead. These were all shot on a F100, Kodak Portra or Fuji Superia (1.5 rolls used last night!)

And when it comes down to it, all that matters, to me at least, at a Mexican place is the quality of the chips, salsa, and guacamole, and this place has THE BEST of those three things in Lawrence. Fresh, homemade, hot, thin, crisp chips, cilantro packed salsa, and chunky guac. Yes, yes yes!

This entry was published on April 28, 2012 at 9:01 pm and is filed under downtown, f100, film, food, friday night, friends, fuji, kodak, lawrence, mexican, portra400, superia, tapas. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “Tapas.

  1. This post makes me miss California so much! Not that Portland is at a lack for good Mexican food, but they're worlds apart. Most of all, though, I miss getting free chips and salsa before every meal. Oregon just doesn't do that, it's so weird! It's like you said, as long as a restaurant has good chips, salsa and guac, everything else is gravy.

  2. love this collection! all of the shots are so natural and fun, it puts my mind in friday-night mode. what film speed did you use here?

  3. these are all 400, Nicole.

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