The restaurant is a refabbed Village Inn (or some such). What it lacks in ambience it makes up in food. Delicious. The Carne Asada is my favorite. Order some roasted hot peppers--I dare you. They are delicious! Good beer options, and other drinks to please most anyone (save someone who, like me, wants really good wine--but no big deal). Friendly, helpful staff.
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