The spinoff of the longtime Mission tapas spot is opening up in the original’s old location on 22nd Street. From the looks of it, the new Loló is just as whimsically designed and colorful as the old Loló—which opened up at a new location on Valencia Street earlier this year.

Here’s what Eater SF has got to say:

Loló’s new incarnation features a more low-key menu than the original, with a focus on tacos, small plates, and of course, a variety of ceviches. In the tapas department, look for dishes like sopes de mole, a selection of Peruvian-style causas, and deep-fried quesadillas. Taco options run the gamut from beef tongue, pork belly, seared tuna and more, and the ceviche spread includes five different iterations of the seafood dish, some of which come from recipes shared by Corina Vargas, the mother of assistant GM Roberto Bocanegra.

Sounds pretty darn good.