The menu at this kitsch-clogged Mexican restaurant (in a former Denny's) is dominated by tacos, burritos, enchiladas, nachos and fajitas with the spice and fire level toned down for tender Midwestern palates. The portions are generous, and they offer 31 combination dinners ($6.50 to $7.50) that mix and match endless varieties of tacos, enchiladas, burritos and chalupas with chile relleno, beans, rice, sour cream and the more obscure tostaguac, a crispy corn tortilla with beans, beef, lettuce, tomatoes and guacamole. The affordable price structure prevails with the drinks, with 10 Mexican beers going for $3.50 each, and a liter of sangria or house wine that may set a local record at an incomprehensible $9.50.




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