We enjoyed this family/homily restaurant. The food is good, moderately priced, and can be enjoyed with a good margarita.
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Between the whole family over two days, we probably tried about everything. With the exception of the crispy lamb (which was fine but weird) the dishes were great, and the service fast and friendly.
Try to catch it during happy hour for a margarita, esp. a prickly pear margarita. It's usually pretty easy to find a parking meter on the street.
This restaurant captures the old world flavors of New Mexico with locally sources ingredients in a truly spectacular way. The restaurant doesn't look like much from the outside - inside it is quaint with small tables, kind of tightly packed together. Don't let this image...More
My husband and I recently had dinner there. The quality of the food was quite nice and service was good. The choices of wine and beers were sufficient. They serve traditional New Mexico dishes. Nothing spectacular, but I’ve definitely eaten worse many places. It is...More
Lovely atmosphere and super cute place. But the food was average and nothing spectacular. If the food was better, I would definitely come back! :-)
This was probably the worst Mexican meal I have ever had. I love the physical building and the waitstaff was very pleasant. That's about all I can say about this place on a positive note. I had Chile en Nogada. The chile had been roasted...More
We had been for lunch before but tried them for dinner and it was great! Quiet place...they do not serve free chips and salsa...and sangria was a little too sweet for my tastes. We had the nicest waiter and the food was great. My Dad...More