El Sombrero is not Eddie's Sombrero, but other than a name change, the location, menu, and majority of the staff seem the same. The drink menu and food options still offer variety. Drinks: APB (Acai/Pomegranate/Blueberry) Margarita, Hurricane Margarita (Wildberry and Mango Puree mixed with House Margarita). Simple, basic, pleasant. Chips and salsa for the table didn't last long. Entrees: 1. California Burrito Muy Grande ($15.95), with pulled pork, cheese, lettuce, olives, tomato, sour cream, guacamole, black beans, and rice. 2. Vegetarian Chimichanga ($14.50): stuffed with beans and topped with sour cream and guacamole. Though a vegetarian option, I expected this chimichanga to be filled with black beans, but it was filled with refried beans instead. It seemed like "a lot of fried food" on the plate, so I packed most of it up. We had the unfortunate luck to be seated in a booth that shook from the reverberations of adjacent patrons with large appetites and larger voices, so keep in mind that the booths are close together and you will feel every movement from neighboring diners. Luckily, they ate quickly and left just as quickly. Overall, the drinks and food were tasty and I would return to El/Eddie's Sombrero. I know what to expect and I appreciate this business still being here after all these years.
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