Another lunch to brag about in a continuing series of good meals here. Nothing but m-m-m-m-s and y-u-m-m-m-s were heard as the queso and chips, cheese stuffed chile relleno, beef and cheese enchiladas and enchiladas chipotles were consumed with minimal interruptions from the attentive waitress.
It's funny, but I used to think of restaurants that were situated inside a hotel or were part of a shopping center or strip mall were products of their environment. That is to say, one probably wouldn't exist without the other. And I also equated this symbiotic relationship as an indicator of lower food quality establishments. I am happy to say that I am having to change my perspective on that over the past decade as I have had some very good meals in each.
PNC falls in the shopping center category, but the big stand-alone restaurants have nothing on it for convenience, quality, taste and service. Come as you may. Come as you are. The welcome mat stays out and a sign that should be hung over the door says, "(Great) Tex-Mex lives here."
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