For years, this place has had good seafood dishes and a great variety of Mexican dishes for everyone. It's more a mix of resort Mexican type food mixed in with traditional classic "norteña" food that you see in the SW U.S. Although I wouldn't rate most of their food as "excellent", it still isn't bad. The Tres Margaritas across the street has better steak tampiquena and different style of salsas.
The house Margaritas are similar to the ones at the Rio Grande where you need to watch yourself because they are strong! I'd opt for the more premium brands for margaritas and the top shelf stuff for sipping with a lime (un Tequilita!).
Service is great overall and they respond pretty well to picky eaters and special requests.
The only two minor drawbacks I saw were that they closed in what used to be one of the better patios in SE Denver. Now it's all banquet space that looks pretty drab. Along with that, the interior design is a little quirky and dated for me. Those minor things aside, we had a great experience just like the ones we've had going back to the 80's.
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