Gringo in Gastown combines features like neon lighting and trucker hats with cocktails in jars, making it a quirky, fun venue without frills or pretention. Relax with some finger food and a sudsy beer, while a vintage soundtrack reminds you of your younger days.
Menu items are simple, fresh, and reasonably priced. There's nothing that can penetrate the calm, carefree vibe at Gringo. The menu takes its inspiration from Mexican influences that recall more of Spring Break than the Old Zocalo. You can also take home the famous hot sauces, made in-house, notoriously spicy and not for the faint of tongue.
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