I went to El Charro soon after I moved to Prescott hoping it would be of similar caliber as the El Charro in Tucson. It did not come near to that. I had a chile burrito, enchilada style. The filling was tasty but the red sauce seemed to be bland and lacked character. The original part of the restaurant is typical of the store front cafes you find elsewhere, seemingly straight out of the 50's and 60's. The other half of the restaurant has a nice bar and the atmosphere is a little more fun. I would go back here again if someone insisted that I do so, but I doubt I will eat there again on my own.
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