I love this place. A lot of people who disliked this place complain about it not being "authentic" but having grown up in the southwest and spent a fair amount of time in northwestern Mexico, it certainly is authentic. It's not gourmet and it's not meant to be; it's just good. The chips and salsa are awesome, the El Paso dip is addictive, and the decor is cheesy and fun. It reminds me a lot about Mexican restaurants back home, and that is a very good and very rare thing our here on the East Coast.
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