This place is tiny. It seats about 32, and has about 2 bar stools. But, it is decorated very nicely, has friendly staff and the food is hot and fresh. You can tell the salsa and chips are both home made. The guacamole is well made, not overly seasoned, and is presented well. I had the chile rellenos, which are a favorite dish of mine. I would say that these are a good solid B+ or A-. My husband had the fajitas and he said they were also very good. The only thing I will note, is that my re-fried beans were just a crumb on the runny side. My husband felt the rice (which has some carrots and peas in it) would have been better if the veggies they add to the rice were not frozen, as was obvious with the peas. But, since those veggies are out of season, we will give that a pass until spring. This place had a loyal repeat customer crowd, and they are known by name to the staff. We got there just a little ahead of the Sunday lunch rush, just before noon, and witin 30 minutes the place was packed and there was a wait. We would go here again!
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