First visit, appears to be family run. Quaint interior as you walk in, adjacent dining area practical but not as charming, less traditional Mexican decor. The dining area you first enter feels like walking into a little Mexican restaurant in Mexico (not a tourist area but more authentic restaurant south of the border). Service was attentive, friendly and efficient. Menu items represent standard or traditional Mexican dishes. Taco Salad with chicken was fresh and tasty. Enchiladas were very good according to my hubby. Our friend ordered the Carne Asada, they have tamales, burritos as well. Re-fried beans were a bit spicy (pepper, cayenne perhaps) which my husband liked more than I did. Rice was served with entree but not the Mexican rice I grew up with but perhaps tailored a bit more to customer base. Prices reasonable for table service. Not the Best Mexican I've had but a solid choice, very good and traditional. Don't expect Tex-Mex which we were not interested in ourselves.
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