on February 11, 2013
As always, we scouted out a great Mexican restaurant! The second time we were there, they had expanded the menus, so we had even more to choose from. I was excited about the addition of the vegetable fajitas (one of my favorite things anywhere!), and I had previously tried the vegetable quesadilla. It was almost as good as my favorite veggie quesadilla from Jose O'Shea's in Lakewood, CO!They have an entire page devoted to vegetarian options.My boyfriend had a chimichanga on our first visit, and I had the pleasure of trying it. The last chimi I had (in Denver) was soggy, having been drenched in chili. Of the two others I had tasted before that, one was too doughy (another Denver) and the other not even fried (Buenos Aires)! This was one perfect -- light and not very greasy, and stuffed full of goodness.The menu is really big, with all the usual Mexican dishes.I had both a daquiri and a margarita that I absolutely loved -- nice and sweet!The staff is so friendly -- and bilingual, so feel free to practice your Spanish. There is a big surfing vibe there, complete with pictures and surf videos on the television screens. They even have a surf shop beside the restaurant.They also have their very own food challenge. If you order the giant nachos ($20) and eat them all by yourself, you get a t-shirt!I already know we're going to be going here again and again. You should, too.
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