If a friendly staff, lots of locals and walls filled with interesting historical items were all that counted, this would be a fine place to pull up a chair. But the food is no more than average. Tasty but over-salted posole. Pretty good, but fairly mild red. An over-priced, open-face burger plate ($10) where the green chile was all but lost when it was absorbed on half of a run-of-the-mill bun. This was our second stop here so maybe we just picked the wrong items again. Nothing bad, just nothing to write home about. Tables full of young and old diners were laughing and enjoying their meals. Which makes me think we ought to give it another try the next time we're in town. Or maybe we'll just continue driving to Santa Fe or Raton, where there are restaurants that, over the years, have constantly provided well-made New Mexican food.
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