Went for the first time last night. I am so glad it's in my little village!
We ate at the bar. I had the chorizo burrito and hub had two tacos: pulled pork and spicy pork. the food was good and fresh. The cerveza was icy cold. The salsa and guacamole were both delicious. It's a small joint, and the atmosphere was spot on (aside from adult contemporary american music). The place is colorful and festive. If they had a tv behond the counter, I could stay there for hours watching soccer.
They serve beer and sangria, but no tequila or other hard liquor. They also don't have a dessert menu (not big enough to have people hold tables I was told). We spoke for a while with the owner Gilberto who was so friendly and lovely.
The tab came up to $33, including 3 beers. We'll be back for sure.