When you get to some of the small Colorado towns the food choices can be limited and my rating is based on a comparison of other choices available, not comparable to what it would be if I was comparing it to places in Denver, or even Frisco (Carlos Miguel's Mexican Bar & Grill in Frisco is out of the world by comparison, but I'm not comparing it to Frisco).
On a Friday evening it was the most crowded place in town and we went somewhere else. On a Saturday afternoon we went for a late lunch after we had been hiking up in the mountains. I appreciated the fact that they had nice vegetable options, something often not found in small towns. I got vegetable fajitas, something I don't recall ever seeing before, and it was nice to have a more healthy lunch. My son got a basic burrito and my wife a tostada. The food was average Mexican food, but very good compared to other options in town.
The waiter was helpful, stocked us up on extra salsa and chips as we devoured them, and got us our meals in a timely fashion. The salsa was average, but the chips were nice and salty and the combination was great, particularly after hours of hiking.
If it was in a larger town I would give it a 3, but I give it a 4 because it is better than other options we've tried in Buena Vista.
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