This is a great atmosphere, Since I am from Texas the food was very good and the margarita's were the best. Will go back
1 - 10 of 150 reviews
Our last night in Grand Junction and we decided to have Mexican. Looked these guys up and we were not disappointed. My husband had enchilladas and he really liked it. I had a fajita salad w/chicken. It was the best. Price was reasonable and the...More
The food here is big portions and absolutely delicious that you cannot stop eating until the plate is clean. Chips and salsa are bottomless and just as tasty. The servers make you feel welcome and keep your glass and salsa bowl filled and your chip...More
Mexican food the way it should be. Tasty, large portions and reasonably priced. Very extensive menu, including several healthier options. The spinach tamales were a great vegan option. Friendly staff.
Oh my goodness, the salsa served with the complimentary chips was so good! We have traveled all over this country and have eatten at countless Mexican restaurants. The salsa here is by far the best I've ever eatten. It was a little chunky and had...More
We stopped here for a quick dinner on our way back to Denver. The food was excellent,well prepared and fresh. The restaurant was unpretentious but comfortable and the service was pleasant. A good experience all around.
Nice greeting at the door but then seated by an unfriendly woman. The drink menu hadn’t been cleaned in eons. Disgusting to touch. Chips were common, salsa mediocre... watery with a few chunks. This low end, low budget Mexican. Don’t waste your time or money....More
Traveliers, this is a good spot for Mex food! The staff was good and so were the Margs. The chips and salsa was also good!
We simply wanted Mexican. This choice was much farther out than others and it was only 30 min before closing. I had my doubts but it turned out wonderful! Beer in a frosty and salted mug. Tortilla chips and fresh salsa. The salsa had chunks...More
Had some of the best tamales I have ever tasted since going vegetarian. Good tamales are hard to find anyway, but good tasting vegetarian tamales are kind of the holy grail. It’s so great to be served authentic tamales, still wrapped in the corn husk....More