El Charro Café
Presidio Historic District
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El Charro Café information
In this rambling, buzzing hacienda the Flin family has been making innovative Mexican food since 1922. They're particularly famous for the carne seca, sundried lean beef that's been reconstituted, shredded and grilled with green chile and onions. The food may have lost of little of its wow over the years, but it's a good for families exploring downtown.
The fabulous margaritas pack a Pancho Villa punch.