The salsa has a bit of heat to it, tasty. We had a combination plate #5. The chile rellano (sp?) was awesome and the tostados has a fresh clean taste.Service was friendly and the food came out of the kitchen fast.
Best Mariachi Brunch - 2008
El Tejado doesn't just serve some of the town's best, and most varied, Mexican food — fried snapper that you might find in Puerto Vallarta, street-style tacos and a thick, gravy-like green chile that could only be made in Colorado. During Sunday brunch, it serves that food with a side of mariachi music. The good-humored musicians play all the standards and take requests. Fair warning: When the Broncos are playing in town, the band often takes a break.