We were driving by on a Saturday and decided that Mexican would be good for lunch. Although a little surprised to see Irish decorations in the window, it was near St. Patty's Day. We went inside expecting some decent tacos or burrittos. We almost changed our minds when we heard the Irish music but, unfortunately, decided to stay. The decor was a little odd - somewhat Mexican, but with American things, too, such as a sign for Merrimac Witch Hazel Co., a letter from Lincoln to a woman in Boston, and seats from old tractors hanging on the wall.
The tortilla chips and salsa were yummy, and the service was fast and friendly; however, the noisy, drunken fools at the bars talking about shaving their ____s and the Irish music did not make for a pleasant, Mexican lunchtime atmosphere. My husband ordered an enchalata, and I had a burritto. Both dishes came with dry, overcooked (old?) rice and disgusting beans. The enchalata and burritto were both covered in American cheese. All we could taste was the cheese, but when we removed the cheese, the rest of the meal tasted like BLAND NOTHINGNESS. There was no spice at all to the meal. We will not go again and definitely will warn our friends to stay away.
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