Julio’s Cafe was established in Juarez, Mexico and we use to eat there in the early 70s when we went over to the Pronaf area. The restaurant had a terrace and the famous “Chinaco” Bar, where musical groups performed. They still have live musical performances in the El Paso restaurant. Nice Mexican music provided by a woman singer.
We started off with drinks and ordered the Appetizer sampler. I had a peach margarita, which was different than any I had ever had. It was really sweeter than usual, which I liked.The Appetizer sampler was very good with lots of cheeses and different items.
I had the Chicken Flautas, an order of about nine rolled crispy tortillas filled with chicken and topped with guacamole. It was very good but too much food so had to get a box.
I don’t have a picture of what Steve had but guess this was a good thing, since Steve woke up in the middle of the night and was very sick. He may have had food poisoning. He thought maybe it was the appetizer.