We arrived at the height of the dinner hour on Friday night and were lucky to be seated immediately in the last open table. The place was filled with locals and seemed very family friendly. We promptly had a bowl of home-made tortilla chips and two bowls of salsa - one red and one green. Both were delicious, but the green was hotter.
Instead of a wine list, they had a tequila list. There were about 30 different tequilas, grouped into three categories: anejo, gold, and silver. I suppose if you know a lot about tequila this will have meaning to you. I do not, so I just ordered the "house" margarita. It certainly tasted good to me and I assure you it had a generous portion of tequila. The house margarita was $5 and the specialty tequilas were $6-$10.
I loved the food and so did my wife. I had the chile verde enchiladas and she had a combo plate with a chicken enchilada and chile relleno. Both entrees were less than $10. We were both full after dinner, but there were no leftovers.
The surprise of the night came after the server gave me the check, I whipped out my visa card, and she informed me that the establishment does not accept credit cards for payment. Fortunately I had ample cash with me to pay the bill, so no problem. But I think they should post a prominent notice at the entrance and on the menu to save any embarrassment to a customer. A "no credit card" policy for a US restaurant is not very common.
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