This authentic Mexican restaurant is located smack-dab in between The Dixie Stampede and Highway 65, having served both tourists and the local customers for years.
The menu here offers classic choices for not only lunch and dinner, but also for breakfast, as well – a rare thing for many Mexican restaurants (at least in Arkansas, where I lived for eighteen years). Since they’ve got classic choices such as tacos, burritos and enchiladas, there’s usually something here for everyone at your table, even your picky teenager.
Chips and salsa come complimentary with every meal and I bet you can get out of here for between five and ten dollars for each person. [more ]