Owner John Bragg has an enormous collection of tequilas, and an encyclopedic knowledge of the stuff. His restaurant is something of a tequila museum, with a colorful array of hundreds of the world's top tequilas—many no longer available—displayed behind the bar. Sample one or two of the nearly 560 labels available, and you'll appreciate the rainbow-colored Oaxacan tablecloths, murals, painted chairs, and streamers even more than you did when you first arrived. Hungry, too? Try fresh local seafood and regional specialties like tortilla soup, chiles rellenos, or chamorro (pork shank in wine sauce). For larger appetites, the Pancho's combo, which includes steak, quesadilla, chile relleno, and a chicken enchildada, is the way to go. Pancho's offers special and private tequila tastings, which will give you a greater appreciation of this piquant liquor from Jalisco.
Nov 12, 2006
The food is traditional Mexican fare - the margaritas are very good. A good lunch spot - but not special enough for dinner.