My hotel was close, so I read the reviews. They seemed pretty bad so I nearly didn't go. I'm glad I did though. The service was good. They have a warm, roasted salsa and a cool tomato-based salsa. Both were good and contrasted with each other well. I had the "Tres Amigos," which is a beef enchilada, cheese enchilada, and fajita chicken enchilada along with Mexican rice and borracho beans. It was good all around...nothing terribly unique, but solid Tex-Mex. Each had it's own sauce/topping that complimented well. The borracho beans are quite good with so many stew-like ingredients that it could almost be an appetizer by itself. I'd go there again,
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