There was a line to get in. It opens at 5:00 and there were maybe a dozen of us waiting for them to open up. This was my first trip, though I've driven by hundreds of times and heard good things many times.
The decor--alive with rose and pink earth colors of the southwest--along with the strung colored lights and Mexican style hangings from the ceiling..... All of this plus the music which to me sounded like a Quentin Tarantino movie... Well the whole first impression was that I had walked onto a Tarantino movie set. The overall impression was fun and colorful and red.
Service was prompt and appropriately cordial. Fresh ingredients in the salads and entrees along with just a hint of a pleasant southwestern style flavor in the dressing. Decent but not huge portions. Typical combinations of beans and rice with a meat and with chips and salsa, or similar ingredients in a quesadilla. Food was quite good, maybe not excellent. Reasonable prices.
Didn't try a margarita. Most of the wines by the glass were a tad pricey. Decent selection of brews on tap. Flan for dessert sounded great though we didn't have room for.
Very popular spot. Enjoyable ambiance. Good food. Modest location in a residential neighborhood a few blocks from the main town center.
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