There's nothing fancy here, just great Mexican food. The decor has a Southwestern feel, with tile floors, colorful sombreros, and paintings of chili peppers hanging on the walls. Start with a margarita and the chips and salsa, and don't forget to order the guacamole and bean dip as well. For your main course, try the enchiladas suizas, tortillas filled with chicken and topped with green tomatillo sauce, sour cream, and avocado. Another local favorite is the arroz
con camarones, butterfly shrimp sautéed with garlic butter and vegetables. The menu is extensive and includes a kid's section. There's a second location in Bluffton.