Nice little restaurant with many locals. Food was inexpensive, fast, tasty and (served with an icecold beer) exactly what we needed after a long day of driving. Vegetarian options available.
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Good clue: this place is always crowded, and if you don't like to eat a bit early, you'll probably end up waiting a while for one their few tables. It's pretty standard fare, but well done. The guacamole was hand made from real avocados, not...More
This small, very non-descript restaraunt - which didn't even have a sign out front - was a great find (thanks to the hotel staff and google maps!). Good food, very reasonable prices and decent service. As others have mentioned it is cash only but not...More
I had the beef fajita plate and my partner had the southwest chicken quesadilla. I am an overweight and jovial philanthropist and businessman and have eaten throughout the United States and I must honestly say that this is the best Mexican food I have ever...More
We loved the guacamole, enchiladas, everything. Great dinner. Fast and friendly service despite being overwhelmed by a large group arriving when we did.
Queso is always good, but on a recent trip we stumbled across La Casita's house Queso. Oh my word! Cheese, beef, salsa and quacamole all together in utter deliciousness. A few days later I ordered more to go for a superbowl snack. It was just...More