$6.00 cover charge was added to our bill for entertainment, but never disclosed upfront... Entertainment was lousy as was the food! Closed now!
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We arrived around 5:00 PM for dinner, and it was busy outside at the bar, but quiet inside. It turns out that the festivities, including live entertainment was scheduled for 7. I ordered the seafood tacos, and my wife ordered the cheese enchiladas. Both meals...More
This was not our first visit but may be our last! Entertainment was good, Dev and the Dynamics but the service was absolutely horrible. Took forever to get served, and when we did, no silverware provided or condiments. Had to ask for everything. Refills for...More
We had lunch at Perico's. They have unbelievable specials for lunch. You get so much food for $6.00 and change. I had beef tacos and enchiladas. They were both delicious. We also enjoyed our bartender. She was super friendly and made terrific Margaritas.
Their entertainment is a joke. They pay an old man named "Tony Blake" to sing on stage. He was terrible. He was so bad that he was singing with his head turned to the speakers afraid to sing. Then he looked at his watch all...More
Upon first glance, it looks like a local watering hole and to be honest, it is. We've always driven by and it looks interesting so we stopped in for a glass of wine and ordered fish and the shrimp tacos since they were the special...More
We stopped by to hear some live music and have dinner. They actually had live music out front in a kind of open bar area and more live music inside! The place is larger on the inside than you might think looking at the building...More
Dive Bar and very dirty and dark. Food was awful. Had Chimichanga with cheese, black beans. Food wasn't hot. Waitress kept hawking us. We were the only people in the place. Couldn't wait to leave.
The bright murals all over the inside and outside of Perico's reflect the feeling of the place. It has a large open-air seating area, which everyone chose on the Saturday mid-afternoon we were there. A couple groups of 8-10 people took up most of the...More