This Mexican restaurant has been teasing us for the past 6 months. We drive by its “old western-y” doors and say to each other…. “We have to try that place”. I’ll be honest, I didn’t even know the name of it until we sat down and the menus were in front of us.
Enjoyed a quick little lunch at Villa Sombrero. The place was quiet, for a Friday lunch. The service was quick and friendly. I enjoyed one large and one small margarita and some food. (Taco, enchilada plate). Margaritas were amazing and strong!!! The food was just out of the oven, cheese perfectly melted and gooey. The rice and beans were decent, the enchilada and taco were beyond amazing.