My husband and I ate here on a Sunday evening with our 2 year old. It was pretty busy. They are kid friendly and promptly provided some coloring to keep our little one happy. It felt very cold in there (a chilly October evening). I did not take my jacket off the entire time we were there. It is a small restaurant and with the door opening and closing it just didn't seem to retain any heat--if they had any heat running which I'm not sure they did. I ordered the Isabella Burrito and my husband ordered the Taos Boat. We also got the chips and salsa appetizer as our entrees didn't come with chips. The chips were disappointing. They were cold and I had to salt them heavily to get any flavor. The pico de gallo was like out of a jar. Not the fresh kind we are used to getting at the local mexican restaurant. Unfortunately we chose the same salsa to come with our entrees. Our entrees were pretty tasty and it was a good amount of food. Our son's cheese queasadilla was the thinnest, limpest, quesadilla I've ever seen. There was hardly any cheese in it and it was just like eating a plain, bland tortilla. Not crispy at all. We were using a dining pass for buy one get one free and our check came to $27! I think that included tip. We were shocked. Considering one of our entrees was free this seemed like a lot to pay for some disappointing food. We won't be going back.
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