Incredible!!! Was a low key restaurant that looked to be frequented by locals. The waiter was so friendly and attentive. The chips and guac were amazing, but the enchiladas verdes I had were out of this world. I was so impressed. It might have been helped along by the delicious happy hour margaritas which were $5 each! If I am ever back in the Denver area, I’ll be back.
Food was great, perfect for our 1st night in town. The spot next door was empty but we made our own party!
Stopped in hoping for some delicious authentic Mexican food... Was disappointed with the street tacos. The carne asada was gross and the margaritas were basic. Service was good and he was nice, but still didn't take the tacos off after I said they were gross. Guacamole and chips were good though, I'll give them that.
Bartender was the best aspect of my experience, ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️. He was friendly, informative and quick. One table and one party at the bar. I ordered Togo. Waited 20 minutes for an extremely disappointing 11$ torta. Just check the pictures. No sides, sauce, dry pastor chunks, no pineapple, no onion, no cilantro, no peppers… and I can’t believe they slivered the avocados so thin. Lost potential and not sure I need to go back again.
Small place, good food. No joke ate my plate (pictured) in less than five minutes. Could have used a bit more serving. They have a full bar and when we ordered well drinks, they serve them to you in a tall draft glass. Took me an uncomfortable sitting time to finish that. I wish they'd serve them in a short. In turn, the drink cost more, & filled me with more soda and liquor. They do have doors open and so I did have to hush a few flies off my food. Hardly any parking around, it's that area, but we did get lucky seeing someone leave a block away. For dessert, they do have churros and flan. Small outside patio area in the front. Would maybe return to try the $4 tacos.
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