While this pretty, Spanish villa-style restaurant might not win any awards for Mexican authenticity, it is a good spot for rib-sticking Americanized south-of-the-border fare. The various cheese-topped combo plates featuring enchiladas, burritos, tacos, tostadas, rice, beans, etc., are filling and popular. For something a little more interesting, try the tender, slightly sweet carnitas made from slow-roasted pork loin and served with mangopeach “tango” sauce.
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Price: $$ - Moderate
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