Under the right circumstances mismatched salt and pepper shakers is tolerable. Maybe a funky coffee house, a hot dog stand, camping. Not in a large restaurant that charges $10 for three tacos and serves hundreds of people a day. I noticed this is the configuration on all the tables in the back part of the restaurant where I dined. Could this be some new tableware trend happening at all the hip restaurants in New York and L.A. and it's finally made it to Mexican restaurants in Salem Oregon. I doubt it. Los Arcos on Commercial Street near 12th also has mismatched chairs in that part of the dining room and outside. I'll give them a break on the chairs, they're probably expensive to replace and they did make an effort to put similar ones together. One thing that Los Arco's does well, is make fresh tortillas that come with many items on the menu. The three Jalisco style tacos come with shredded or ground beef inside these homemade tortillas and is served with rice and beans. Even with the tortillas, Los Arcos is just ok. This doesn't stop lots of people from eating lunch and dinner there, the place is usually packed.