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$5 for $10 Worth of Mexican Food
The menu includes a taco al pastor ($3.50), shrimp rancheros ($11.99), a carne asada burrito ($6.99), and a fajita lunch special ($8.49) with rice, beans, and guacamole.
El Sombrero’s selection of traditional Mexican dishes is as wide as the brim of an actual sombrero. That’s impressive, and diners show their appreciation by spooning every last bit of guacamole and salsa ranchera from the restaurant’s scallop-edged dishware. Spicy chili sauce tops the tacos and chile relleños, which counterbalance the chill of seafood cocktails served in frosty glass goblets. El Sombrero often brings its show on the road to cater special events, such as parties and boat christenings.