My family and I went there for a birthday celebration as we had heard so many good things about this restaurant. There were 5 of us and we all felt the same way about our experience. Service was slow but friendly. Went around 1p on a Saturday and they were busy. Each of us tried something different so we could "taste". We enjoyed the chips/salsa. How we would rate entree's are... best - brisket quesadilla, then drunken hog followed by queso fundido and last was the chicken tinga. For us it wasn't bad but as mexican food is one of our favorites, we would choose a couple of different mexican restaurants in the area over this one. I guess we can say "been there, done that" but won't repeat.
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