Stay away on Sunday.
We arrived at 1:00 PM on Sunday. We were one of two couples in the whole place. The waitress took about 10 minutes to get our drink order and about 10 more to fill the darn thing. The menu was huge. You must be suspicious of a "authentic " Mexican restaurant with French Onion Soup on the menu. The place looked shoddy with beat up tables and the outdoor front awning is ripped and mildewed. We drank our Cokes and left before ordering food. Yikes.
Affordable gourmet Mexican eats turns South Providence into South of the Border.. In Short Original owners Jason and Beth Brown have relocated the eatery from its last reincarnation on Richmond Street, to a tidy casual spot, whose booth-lined dark interior evokes the feeling of a '70s family restaurant. With two dining rooms and a separate bar area, patrons find plenty of space to enjoy traditional Mexican and barbecue offerings that boasts eight varieties of quesadillas. Better yet, hot sauce addicts can rejoice with five in-house peasant sauces.