What used to be a fun and delicious place to eat had sadly declined to a point where it's just gross. The last time we went there (indeed, the "last" time), service was slow and rude, despite the fact that one of the owners (actually owner's daughter) sat at the bar on her cellphone, while tables sat piled with dirty plates. It appears the place has not been cleaned in months, and is dark, dank and actually smells filthy. It used to have one of the tastiest combo plates in town. Unless the place is steam-cleaned top to bottom, kitchen and bathrooms included, I'd avoid what was once one of Pueblo's best Mexican eateries.
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