Very good food. We did find it a little hard to order for the children. It was across the street to our Hotel. The MarQueen.
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We came to dinner with a group of 8. It's a very busy and very (VERY) loud environment. The drinks came fairly quickly but we waited 30 minutes for chips and salsa. Oddly enough, once we ordered, our entrees came out way faster. Everyone we...More
We ate here one evening and while it was okay they add a little taste of something to the dishes that was just different from what we are used to...and we eat a lot of Mexican food. Three cheese enchiladas have a weird tasting cheese...More
This is a great little place! The food is really good. Carne Asada is fantastic! Chips are hot and tasty. Lots of College guys hunting like eagles for the bunnies that let their guard down. Entertaining to watch the pick up artists. The only complaint...More
This was our second visit -- our first was for Happy Hour, which turned out to be our dinner thanks to the generous portions of the variety of tacos. This time we went for brunch and were not disappointed. Mexican spins on several Benedict choices...More
First, the food here is worth the visit. Too bad the chef serves hot food on a cold plate so we end up with warm at best food. Most of our tortilla chips were small from being broken. Our waitress was young and evidently inexperienced.
They had really good hot, fresh corn chips. The staff were attentive and friendly. The menu was daunting in that it had a huge variety and selection. I had habanero shrimp and some spicy grilled Brussels sprouts. Both dishes were ok but not more than...More
I was pleasantly surprised! Didn't plan on coming here, but we were hungry, it was raining and this was right next to us. luckily we walked in just before the crowd and got seated right away. I had the New Mexico style breakfast tacos, they...More