Geronimo is a hip date spot serving unusual Tex-Mex style foods. I came because their menu offers dishes made with quinoa and other staples in vegan cooking; unfortunately, none of their vegetarian dishes are vegan or can be made vegan (with the exception of some lame salad). Our server was helpful and apologetic about this.
What gives, Geronimo? You have all the fixings for what could be great vegan offerings, but you instead go the unsophisticated route and douse everything in cheese or other dairy products.
There are some vegan sides, which weren’t inspiring, but it was better than nothing. We shared some cassava fries which were a nice change of pace from your ordinary French fry. That said, the dipping sauce they give isn’t vegan (contains egg) and the portion size is too much for two people (and it costs a whopping $7).
I wanted to try their tableside guacamole, but Geronimo cleverly makes this a gimmick product with high margins. It’s $15 (for an appetizer!) which is far too much for two people. Can’t you scale your prices, Geronimo? You’re losing customers who don’t come in groups of 4+.
The beer selection isn’t particularly inspired either---mainstream Mexican and American beers. No microbrews.
While the service and ambience at Geronimo are great, there just isn’t enough vegan food variety and beer options to justify coming to this place.