My first visit to the brightly colored restaurant was back in 2005, on a trip out to Watson Chapel. We were looking for good eats and a comfortable place to sit down, and El Sol
Part of the reason is the very pale yellow cheese dip. It’s smooth and very mild, but with a splash of salsa it comes alive. Grav
Lunches at El Sol are super reasonable. You can easily dine with an entrée and drink for less than $10. The El Sol Lunch Special is a cheese-filled battered and deep fried Poblano pepper (larger than a traditional chile relleno) served with guacamole salad, rice and beans. It’s plenty!