This is a small, tight restaurant. It appears to have started as a bar as it is long and takes up 1/3 of the restaurant space. No happy hour! Can get pretty crowded. The menu is very diverse and not just Mexican. It has many American options including breakfast. On my Enchilada plate I was able to order black beans (for a change fee) instead of refried. I do not think they had Charo beans. I also ordered onions on my plate (also for a fee). Their sauce is very addictive and tasty, chips typical fare. The Margarita was ok at best and needed another shot of Tequila. The food here is good, I just dont like being "nickled and dimed" for every change or extra small request. I do plan to go back as there is limited Tex Mex in this area thus not much competition.
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