Been there twice since finding out about it about 6 months ago - both times very very good. I tried the mixed plate of traditonal stuff - had an arepa, chicharrons, yuca, chorizo, maybe some other items I am forgetting. I enjoyed the chance to try these. The second time tried the grande chicken enchiladas - all were very good. My dining companion had the mixed grill pate and everything tasted like it was right off the charcoal grill...really good. Next time I will go with grilled stuff I think.
The service was good, friendly and the manager came to check on us a few times too - I liked this place alot and will be back for sure. Casual and tasty food.
It's been open far longer than a month. Closer to 2 years maybe. It's a great place. We go there all the time. It's mostly Mexican dishes but also a lot of South American dishes. I'm not sure if they are from Ecuador (as the owners of Mr Pio Pio are) or from Colombia. Doesn't matter... the food is great either way. They also have a bakery case in the back of the restaurant with excellent, authentic Mexican breads. Here's the Times Union's review of it: