Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Sena on Myrtle opens its doors

                                                                   Photo by Aaron Smith
The newest Old Town restaurant -- which features Sangria, a cozy bar and tapas-style dishes -- opened its doors last Saturday.

Sena on Myrtle, a Spanish-influenced restaurant at 409 S. Myrtle Avenue, has a full bar and a restaurant serving up items such as beer battered fish tacos, braised short rib tacos, seared filet mignon tacos, ceviche, and the "Sea Stack," which is a combination of ahi tuna, white fish and shrimp ceviche, avocado and cucumber.

A distinguishing aspect to this restaurant is the back patio they have with cushiony chairs and a fire pit.

The owner of Sena also operates Nikki C's in Pasadena.