We found most of the typical Mexican offerings on the menu. My wife chose the enchiladas rancheras while I had the vegetariano Mexico Viejo (which was grilled vegetables served fajita style with a cheese sauce.) Dinner was accompanied by the usual chips and salsa to which we added a small margarita each. The food was good and servings were ample. I was pleased that the Mexican background music was kept at a level that allowed conversation. Decor is well done in a Mexican vein. I would return.
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