The parking lot was nearly empty, so we were skeptical about going in, but it was about 2 PM, so we decided to give it a try anyhow. Good choice. They make fresh guac (might have been better with some onions and tomatoes added). Chicken enchiladas -- 3 of them -- were loaded with meat; green sauce wasn't zingy enough, so I poured the salsa over them. Friend said veggie quesadilla was very good. Kids' food was plentiful as well. Compared to the pizza joint we tried the next day (from which we all got gas and intestinal distress!), and Cracker's pitifully slow service, this had to be about the best place in town to eat.
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