We're warned that we might have a long wait, but we walked right in and sat at the bar. (The entrance is very plain and it is not obvious that it is a restaurant.) The menu was somewhat limited and pricey, but we enjoyed everything we tried. Surprised they didn't offer chips with regular salsa, but we tried the chips with guac' and other dips, which were tasty. My wife had taquitos, which were on sale. I had pepper and cheese enchiladas and they were great. Overall, it was pretty expensive for a small amount of food. Service was friendly and the drinks were fine.
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