Better Than the Rockies

Better Than the Rockies

Alexx Tolmich
Aaron Bauer
English 1010-064
12/4/12
Mexico City
Mexico City is an authentic Mexican restaurant that is just a four minute walk from Coors Field in Denver! Mexico City is located on 21st and Larimer and is the perfect place to take your family for any type of gathering, also a great place to visit before or after a Rockies game! My father introduced me to Mexico City my freshman year of College. My very first bite of that cheesy greasy steak taco I was hooked! Not only are their prices exceptional but their cuisines are scrumptious and the staff is attentive and welcoming!
When I walk into Mexico City it has somewhat of a Southwestern feel to it. It almost reminds me of my own grandmother’s house; it feels like home warm and welcoming. With the tan walls a slightly dim dining area and the green and red dried chilies tied to tough rope hanging on the walls, plus the bar at the front of the restaurant. That delicious aroma of Mexican food lingering in the air makes my glands water like crazy! What I like the most about it is that no matter where you are sitting at Mexico City you can see every single table in the restaurant!
Mexico City is famous for their appetizing steak tacos! The steak tacos are fried corn tortillas filled with slices of steak, seasoned to perfection, and melted cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and a semi- cheesy sauce that just adds the perfect touch! I assume this is the chef’s secret ingredient. Don’t forget the taco sauce! The prices are very reasonable for the quality of food that you get.   On average you spend $30 for two adults for an order of four steak tacos. They also have beef and chicken tacos to offer they are just not as popular.
The staff is always very smiley and inviting. They are always looking to satisfy their customers by being speedy and accurate. The staff at Mexico City is very good at keeping things organized stocked and cleaned. Everything is sanitized very well for use for the next customers....

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