Our hotel suggested Papa Chon's, saying they serve Tex-Mex food. After a long day's drive, I was ready for a meal with no hassles. We both enjoyed Negro Modelo beer and house-made chips with salsa that had good flavor. My husband ordered the Mexican plate, which included a cheese enchilada with red sauce and a taco, with refried beans, and rice. According to the menu, that dish has been on the menu since 1943. He was pleased with his dinner. Those who served water, chips and salsa did an efficient job. Our waiter did not show particular interest, but he was adequate. When my dish arrived, he stated that it was green cheese enchilada (what I had ordered); however, I searched hard for any green in the cheese. It really appeared to be a plain cheese enchilada, with rice and refried beans. The cheese was fine, but not exactly what I expected.
Price was reasonable, but we have no plans to return. Although we sat at a booth in the bar area, a young child was screaming most of the time. Not even 3 televisions broadcasting football games surpassed that child's noise level. Since we were in the bar area, it seems that management should have realized that a screaming child was not something they should ignore.
When traveling, we try to locate good local restaurants, but are not always successful.
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