The food was good. I didn't care much for the salsa. Seems like they dumped too much pepper in it. I had a gift card, so I wasn't worried about the price. I was trying to spend the whole thing. Given that, I wouldn't normally have paid $20 for a couple of enchiladas or $29 for fajitas.
The meat for the fajitas stated "beef" and I received medium rare steak, which was a good surprise. So the meat in my fajitas was great.
The decor was good, but the tables are packed in tight with no separation between them. Luckily we were on the edge, but I wouldn't want to be sitting in the middle. I think some people like the festive atmosphere and it seemed like a good place for large groups. There was nowhere to have a quiet dinner tucked away in a booth.
They have beers on tap and a few local ones I haven't tried. Price for that was a little on the high end too. $5.95 for a regular size beer.
I would rate higher if it weren't for the price and the loud atmosphere, surrounded by other families. The food itself was good.
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