BYOB Mexican place, good food. Authentic enough but a little pricey. Chips and guak/salsa is always yummy, so it the "burritos drink"
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Great place for homemade Mexican food to eat in or take out. All ingredients are fresh and sandwiches are packed tight. Plenty to eat, pleasant atmosphere, great service with a smile....the aromas of home cooking hit you as soon as you open the door!!!!! Highly...More
Burritos is a nice change from the pizza/pasta places that dominate this small town. Generous portions and a build a meal style let's you pick what you want in your dish. The salads are good-dressing is super tasty and a fave at my workplace. Outdoor...More
We've been here several times for lunch, and it's tasty, but the staff (especially the woman who works there) make the customers feels rushed when ordering. We rarely feel welcomed there, it seems like the customers are more of an inconvenience to them. Again, food...More
I went by myself and was quite hungry when I got there and ordered a burrito. The server was a young girl and very pleasant. As I walked down the line with her on the other side everything was looking good and so I didn't...More
This is good, not great Mexican food. It is suited for a quick dinner or take out. It is not a destination place to go for Mexican, but tasty and inexpensive.
Very pricy for what you get. $9.50 for a burrito, for 3 tacos or burrito bowl. Bean and rice side is way to expensive, closed to $5.00, which should be free! No free chips with salsa even when dining in! My burrito was made Subway...More