Tia's Tacos is a Riverside Mexican Restaurant with reasonably good food, but the real attraction is outside. The back and side yards are filled to the brim with . . . stuff. Someone with a lot of time, money and a ton of imagination filled the area with odd creations. The ground is covered with tiles, mosaics or concrete filled with whatever they had on hand. "Whatever they had on hand" includes oyster shells, hand tools, old calculators, even a bicycle.
They made a credible effort to create topiaries by making wire cages around the trees, but the trees don't always cooperate.
There are several huge wire sculptures, filled with all sorts of things. Plastic bottles, shoes, shells, beer bottles, tools - everything is put to use, including the palm trees fronds, which serve as head-dresses for the enormous sculptures.
Of course, if the sculpture is standing on it's hands, there's no need of a head-dress.Someone had a great time creating whatever fantasy pieces they thought of, and the results are funny and unexpected.