We found their brochure at the Visitors Center as we were passing through town. They call it a ""gourmet"" Mexican restaurant, so we decided to try it. Don't waste your time and money! Menu prices are on the high side, which would be fine if the quality justified it. We each ordered a different combination plate... and they each looked exactly like the other. Nothing was defined... you could not tell where the enchilada ended and the relleno began. All was smothered with sauce and cheese and ""nuked"" to create a hot plate. No eye appeal at all. Flavors were as ordinary and as familiar as any ""Taco Time."" Ordering additional chips and salsa... as well as another drink was more trouble than it was worth.
Cons: Food quality and service