My friend, Tracie, and I were visiting a nearby business when we decided to venture in to unknown territory: The closest place we could find to eat, Tara Humata. It was a lucky accident! From the door we were greeted by a lovely and friendly young woman who quickly seated us in the bar area. The decor is understated and un-fussy. Although we didn't indulge, there is a full bar available. The Saturday Noon crowd included families with children, and everyone appeared relaxed and comfortable.
I started with a bean dip, which was really just a traditional Mexican Queso dip with refried beans tossed in. It was just Okay. Tolerable, but not what I expected. Fortunately, this was the only dissapointment in an otherwise flawless meal with good servcie.
Tracie ordered a fajita quesedilla with steak and shrimp, I went for the Pollo Giardante, a chicken breast covered with cheese and onions, accompanied by lettuce, tomato, a small portion of guac, and rice. Our meals arrived together, piping hot, and set up in an appetizing configuration.
A Margarita walked by in the hand of a dapper waiter, and it looked great! Too bad we were driving a distance and couldn't partake of a refreshing Mexican adult beverage!
Some of the best food excursions are unplanned, but my next visit to Tara Humata will be on purpose: To eat some of the best upscale Mexican food I've had outside of Arizona!
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