My buddy Mike introduced me to Antonio's in Longmont. They also have a branch in Taos. They specialize in New Mexican cuisine, something I couldn't precisely define if you asked but I recognize as clearly distinct from Tex-Mex.
We both started with the Sopa Azteca. It's a black bean and cream based soup garnished with a variety of ingredients. The taste is striking, much more complex than just the starch of the beans. It's a wonderful concoction.
My main dish was mole enchiladas with duck. Duck, as it turns out, is a great complement to mole sauce, since the strength of the duck taste can compete on even footing with the sauce. Their mole was very, very good, several notches above the typical.
Mike went with the enfrijoladas, which are black bean enchiladas topped with cotija cheese and several other items. He was very pleased with his dish.