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Cafe Ole Restaurant Review: Known as much for its outdoor dining space as its Tex-Mex fare, this friendly Cooper-Young eatery serves as a gathering place in nice weather. But if the weather is not cooperating, you'll find plenty of seats inside the colorful dining room. Local favorites include the shrimp Diablo (sautéed in chili butter and Dos Equis beer), a tamale pie with hominy crust, and the Baja blackened grouper tacos. Café Olé boasts a large selection of vegetarian items, such as vegetable tacos, oversize spinach and mushroom burritos, and creamy black bean soup. Freshly made sangría graces the tangy-sweet Sangría Margarita, served frozen or on the rocks. Desserts veer away from classic Mexican fare, except for the fried ice cream. Margaritas are offered two for the price of one every Monday night.