On my way back to the airport last week, my father and I had lunch at La Sirena Grill in El Segundo.
The meal was delicious, and I'll certainly be raving about their spicy BBQ duck tamale for quite some time.
As an added bonus, our waiter, Max, had plenty of visible tattoos and, even better, he shared one with me to post here on Tattoosday:
Max explained that this was his first tattoo and he went big in honor of his mother, who is a cancer survivor. BCB in the banner are her initials, and the word "Láidir" is Gaelic for "strong".
This tattoo was done by Baby Ray at Bob & Charlie Roberts' Spotlight Tattoo on Melrose in Los Angeles.
Thanks to Max for sharing his tattoo with us here on Tattoosday!
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