We ate here in the week between Christmas and New Year's. The restaurant is on the main road through town, just off the plaza in the center of town. We had seen it in year's past, but it looked tiny, with not much street parking, and had not thought much about it. It came to our attention when we were in a nearby ski shop renting equipment when the restaurant delivered carryout meals to the ski shop staff, it looked great. So we wandered over the next evening after skiing about 6:30, with no reservation. It was ti-15ny, but there are three separate dining rooms in three separate building, so the tables turned relatively quickly. We were not offered alcohol, but they did offer several fruit smoothie drinks that were very refreshing and cheap at $2.95.
Dinner was New Mexico style Mexican food. Guacamole, chips and salsa ($5.95) before dinner was a substantial appetizer. Fish tacos and chile relleno (both $8.95) were very good. For dessert we had a key lime pie ($5.95) that was delicious. We ate there twice over the four days we were in town, and the bill was about $10-17 per head, which is very low for a meal in a ski town during Christmas. We had a short wait both nights, but once were seated, service was attentive and very quick. We were finished and out of the restaurant, without being rushed, in less than 45 minutes on both occasions.