Great food, reasonable prices, service is unflinchingly prompt. You can't go wrong with a Taco Dinner, which comes with one of the better fried shells in town. A hearty dinner with a margarita won't push you past the $12 mark. The chips aren't gratis like at most restaurants, but they're worth getting anyhow. Menu is standard mexican fare... tostados, tacos, enchiladas and such, but the Fajita Salad is worth trying. I visit a couple times each month, and in my experience the wait staff is refreshingly hands off once your food is delivered. The bathrooms aren't spectacular, but the building is cool, and the scale of the chandelier hanging from the ceiling makes for good conversation.
Overall, the place is clean, food is good, service is terse but prompt, and prices are reasonable.
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