Now this is what I was looking for. Â
A piece of history and great food.
Los Arcos, the building itself used to be a feed store decades ago. Â Inside is a very well decorated and ornamented room. Â The room is filled with antiques (not sure if they were real), a fireplace, and more fillers to make a cozy environment.
The food itself was delicious. Â I tried a menu item called Jessie's Combination. Â If I remember right, a beef enchilada, a pork tamale, and a ??? (ok forgot the third item), Â accompanied by whole beans (a rarity) and rice. Â Everything was delicious.
In an effort to try something that might be unique and local, I tried a drink called Atole. Â Atole is a thick milky drink made mainly from blue corn. Â It was ok, but moreso I was glad that there were "interesting" items on the menu.
Great for night time intimate dining also. Â Seemed like they had a bar also.