Originally we wanted sushi, but Salsa Loca's extensive Mexican menu enticed us down near Angela St. and Duval St. Located inside Cowboy Bills, the food makes up for the bar's loud atmosphere. I could barely hear myself think, let alone carry on a conversation. The decor was eclectic, and the wooden booth was spacious. Good thing too, because we ordered a ridiculous amount of food.
I split a #14 combination dinner with an enchilada, quesadilla, burrito and two side tacos. Now I understand that you can't really mess up a taco, but these were delicious with chicken, shredded cheese, refried beans and a dollop of salsa. I prefer hard shelled tacos because of their crunchy texture, but I'm sure their soft shell ones were just as good. The enchilada mole was decent, but the burrito filled with only refried beans was kind of bland. Even though, I must say, the refried beans that came on the side were the perfect consistency.
I prefer their old menu and location. The restaurant used to be where the Blackfin Bistro is now -- it probably should have stayed there.