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Hi, I'm Victor. Have you eaten? And I'm here again. It's covalent, we're brothers, veterans, compadres, and lots of colors of the best Mexican grill in San Francisco. I love their Mexican grill. We opened Papalote 10 years ago on 24th Street, the heart of San Francisco's Mission District. Our menu has always been inspired by fresh produce and the highest quality grill grates. Soon after opening, we also began catering to an increasingly health-conscious clientele, including vegan and vegetarian diners. Our menu now includes items such as sonrisa tofu. Molly and her delicious rice and beans have always been large-free. We opened our second location three years ago, continuing our tradition of bringing a diverse community of Mexican food lovers together around a great meal. Papalote has become a popular meeting place for people who enjoy good food and care about what goes into the body. It has received the highest praise from both customers and food critics. In the past 10 years, our hard work has been recognized by SF Weekly, Child Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and even Rachael Ray's Everyday Living. Yep, Wright brothers are just about burritos, no, no, because Miguel mixes it up in the kitchen, but also he's a DJ. Mr. E. While Victor keeps things cracking at the restaurant, you should see how he keeps people cracking up as a stand-up comic. An invisible, not teacher, not Mr. Miyagi. Hmm. Hey, wait. Did you say Escobedo? Yeah, Victor Escobedo. Victor Escobedo Scooby. No, Escovedo. Victor Escobedo. So, in Victor Square, because Esquibel and my wife, Jodi Hernandez, who founded the restaurant with us ten years ago, is a reporter for NBC Bay Area News. But it's the restaurant that's the biggest pride of our family. Miguel, why don't you...