Came here on a Sunday for lunch. The inside and outside are more heavily decorated than other Mexican restaurants in the area. They start you with chips and three different types of salsa. A sweeter green salsa, a red salsa, and a darker spicy salsa. The waiter didn't have a problem bringing extra salsa and chips. They have your typical enchiladas, burritos, and fajitas on the menu, plus some extra. They have a sort of Mexican-style loaded mashed potatoes (the only way I know how to describe them) that you can get instead of rice. The enchiladas were great, as is the rice and potatoes; the beans weren't particularly great, however. Tamales seemed average. It ended up being a little pricey; queso dip, 4 drinks, 3 entrees, and 1 lunch entree ended up around $75 with tip. Overall the food and service were both good.
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