We stumbled across this restaurant while driving down Route 9 looking to buy firewood for our campsite. There was a crowd parked at the tiny restaurant, so we figured it must be good. We picked up a take-out menu, and the next night we went back to try their food.
We had the Combo Platter, and chose the tacos and enchilladas. It was very tasty and authentic. The decor was very casual, colourful, and southwestern. Quite a lively place, with music, and people really enjoying their meals.
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