This is not great Mexican food, but it's pretty good Tex-Mex food. When it first opened several years ago, the restaurant featured more varied offerings - such as 4 tacos, each from a different area of Mexico. Now it's more typical of any non-chain Mexican restaurant, definitely better than any chain, and the servers make you feel very welcome. The Happy Hour marguerita is nothing special but happily, it does pack a punch. Complimentary chips are crisp and tasty; the salsa is ordinary. A sampler plate was more than I could finish (at a reasonable cost). The chile relleno was heavily battered; best were the chicken enchilada and the ground beef taco. I took home dessert - a chocolate-layered flan that was supposed to have caramel sauce but didn't. I'd come again for Happy Hour, or for a quick filling meal.
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