Frontera is one of those places you go to without thinking when you're out and about and suddenly realize it's been a while since breakfast. The service is consistently friendly and the food is consistently good. They serve two types of sauce; the traditional red sauce and a chunky black bean sauce, both of which are better than average. The prices are in line with other chain Mexican restaurants, as is the selection. Frontera recently upgraded some of their menu selections, which wouldn't have had much of an impact on traditionalists like me, except they dropped the chili releno from the menu. That just didn't work. It didn't take long for them to see the error of their ways and return it to its rightful place on the lunch special # 1. I've often tried to make the comparison of Frontera to Peppers in Port St. Joe, Fl., and it can't be done. The sauce at Frontera is much better than Peppers', but the margaritas at Peppers get the edge. The food on the lunch special # 1 is prepared differently at Peppers, and Peppers serves a chili pablabo, rather than a chili releno. Bite for bite, the quality is equally good. The difference is, at Peppers, you get a LOT more bites.
Of all the Mexican restaurants in and around Conyers, Frontera is the one that becons you when you're out and about and it's been a while since you had breakfast.
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