This place was renovated a year or so ago, and it looks fantastic. Nice courtyard with outdoor seating, but a bit warm in the summer months. The food is really good, and the salsa served with crisp chips is fresh and tasty. Some of my favs include the full blown beef nachos with guacamole, chimis w/ rice and black beans, and of course, the fajitas. I'd agree with other reviewers who've said the margaritas need some work...they aren't very good at all. Maybe the overwhelming lime flavor is just a bit too authentic? or maybe I'm missing something. The service is pretty good to OK, but not as engaging and helpful as it could be. In a small town, the "friendly factor" needs to be dialed up a bit. Overall, the food will keep me coming back, and I'll save the margarita night for somewhere else.
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