Rough wood-and-stone walls and an exposed-beam ceiling give this restaurant the look of an Old West saloon. Actually, it’s a family dining room with a patio and original art decorating the walls. The menu changes seasonally, but usually includes Mexican standards such as burritos and a traditional green-chili stew with pork and rice. You’ll also often find seafood, such as grilled salmon, and our personal favorite, grilled chili-rubbed rib-eye steak with a port wine and blue cheese demiglace. Try the fresh fruit margaritas or choose from an extensive wine list, or a variety of microbrewed beers.