Nestled in the shadow of Squaw Peak Mountain, Aunt Chilada's is truly a historic landmark with a personality all its own. Constructed in the 1890s from desert stone and railroad ties, the original building served as a supply depot and general store for the mercury miners passing through the Dreamy Draw. Today, Aunt Chilada's not only carries on that century-old tradition of heartfelt Southwestern hospitality, but also dishes out a large helping of fun along with the finest Mexican food this side of the border. Centrally located, Aunt Chilada's offers a exceptional variety of picturesque settings for your event. Select from one of the charming private dining rooms or spacious garden patios that accommodate groups up to 500 people.