Having lived in Texas for many years (but no longer living there) I yearn for "real" tex mex food. This restaurant does a pretty good job. Authentic decor greets you as you enter. Swift, friendly service with a smile. Salsa ranks as acceptable (but I'm VERY picky!). Tortillas, though fresh, are not made on premises.
Beef fajitas were, again, acceptable. Which is pretty high praise from me. The rest of the menu is extensive with a large array of typical dishes.
House margaritas were basic.
Would I dine here again? In a heartbeat. In Houston, it would be average. In West Virginia? Wow!
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