This is a "local" place with awesome food. It is nothing fancy but offers good service and reasonably priced, Mexican/Southwest cuisine. The food isn't listed as "spicy," etc., so have a good idea or ask. If the food calls for spice (hot), that's how it will arrive, unless you ask differently.
Sopapillas are offered, or you may have tortillas. Go with the sopapillas, they're huge, hot and delicious. With a little of the honey provided, they are a tasty desert.
You'll see mainly locals there because it's not on the trendy end of town close to the slopes. However, we saw a few other cost-conscious ski families there as well.