Pozole is a sort of neighborhood bar restaurant in a popular place in Atlanta. Thus it is very noisy around dinner time. (I'm not sure why so many Mexican restaurants' acoustic environments assure a bothersome noise level, but that's been my experience, FWIW.)
It is a comfortable place with pretty good service. When we were there it was well above 100 degrees outside, yet the large doors to the patio were wide open. Fans inside did little to make it more comfortable. I'm sure there were reasons, but we'd sure have preferred a little noticeable AC. We adjusted, however, so no deal-breaker.
There's a limited, middle-of-the-road menu, and the food is middle-of-the-road as well. Everything is "pretty good," actually. Salsas are fine..nothing special...queso..guac...ok. If you're hungry they'll do the trick. Tacos, enchiladas...all pretty good. One chicken dish (Lime and Coriander Roasted ½ Chicken) was quite good...off the well-traveled Tex-Mex path. We didn't try starters or sides, so can't comment on them. There were some interesting-looking choices there, however. If we were returning (we won't...only because there are better choices nearer to us) we'd try some of these.
A drawback for some is that they have no beer on tap. They have a good selection of bottled beers..nothing creative at all.
It seemed to us a bit pricey for this fare.
All in all, if you're in the neighborhood, don't want to travel, and crave some pretty good Tex-Mex food, no reason to avoid this place.
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