The fajitas and well-stocked bar make this lively Mexican restaurant popular with locals and visitors alike. The decor is bright, with light woods and large windows. Try to get patio seating by the river. If you're hungry, try one of the enchilada platters (including mahimahi, chicken mole, and vegetarian); the authentic pork tamales, smothered in green or red chile sauce; or the carne asada. Breakfast is also good here (it's served until 11 am on weekends),
with both Mexican and all-American options.