We arrived dearly (4:30) not knowing what to expect. Being early for dinner, the place was empty. Everyone we met was cordial and helpful and we had yummy Margueritas before too long. By the time we left the steady stream of customers filled the place up on a wednesday nite.
Good menu with lots of choices. Mixing the tomatoes and herbs in the guacamole at our table was a nice touch. My fajita was excellent , chile ranno was too much batter , beef taco was ok. I'd go back.
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