Really Papa? All this time I've been under the impression that Papa Loves Mambo and it turns out you've been gallivanting around with Pollo. And thank goodness for that … because while Mambo might be fun … GRUB is where it's at … and "where it's at" is at Papas and Pollo. And so for this week's grub-session, we ventured to the rolling hills of Sebastopol for a round two with our now Brother-in-Grub Adam B. (see Dirk's Parkside Cafe for the prequel). So what do they got at Papas and Pollo? Think organic hippie … meets thirsty surfer … meets monster burritos. As I stood in line, one eye on the stuffed rooster next to the register, the other on a row of taps featuring a selection from local Lagunitas Brewing Co … I surveyed the menu and landed on the Prawntastic Burrito. It combines my two favorite things … "prawns" and "tastic." The veggie lovers in attendance went for Papas' marinated tofu temptation, which was actually my favorite of the night (I know, I'm toying with losing my GRUB-cred) which was bathed in some sort of magical marinade of flavor delight (it's really the only way to describe it … trust me … I tried). On a recommendation, I went for the Lagunitas Little Sumthin' Sumthin' … a delicious hoppy and sweet treat that I could only imagine would pair all too well with my Mexican grub-to-be. The burritos were massive (just how I like 'em) and filled with wholesome, fresh ingredients. My personal favorite touch was a potent punch of arugula and wild greens inside the burrito. There was just something amazing about starting the day at the organic farm where Adam B. and his lovely-lady-love Aislinn S. lay their heads and trekking over to the fresh, flavor-packed stomping grounds of Papas and Pollo. Sipping on my beer, giving my burrito a healthy pour of Papas' tangy and spicy salsas (rojo and verde to make everyone happy), and taking a giant bite packed with shrimp … it was a Roberto Benigni moment … life is beautiful. So as we continue our journey along the GRUB landscape, we're happy to add another hitching post up north. So thanks for the GRUB Papa … now go home and make sweet love to Mambo.