We ate there when traveling for business last week. We had the guac, which is made table-side and features pomegranate seeds - unusual, and DELICIOUS. Margaritas were okay, seemed pretty small for the money - I think I may get beer next time. The food was all excellent...I had the Sopapilla Platter so I could taste several items, and they were all good. They seem to use real hatch green chilies from New Mexico, which is a nice touch.
We ate on the outside deck, and it was a little brisk. We asked a manager if he could light the outdoor heater, and initially he seemed reluctant since they were out of propane. However, he ended up sending an employee down the street to but some propane and got the heater up and running! That was a nice touch on what will hopefully be one of many visits to this place!!
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