Brightly colored sunflowers adorn the interior of this fine casual Mexican restaurant, which is a nice place to have a relaxing lunch or dinner. A good starting place is the guacamole, which isn't made tableside, but is still fresh (and the kitchen doesn't skimp on the cilantro). The chicken burrito comes with a rather tangy barbecue sauce and grilled peppers and it's probably the highwater mark of the menu. Folks looking for something to drink with their meals can order up one of 14 specialty margaritas. It's worth nothing that Mi Tierra has a TV that's seemingly always tuned into soccer (which might be a huge plus for some).