Almost every table had a margarita so if I go back I will try one. The decor was a mix of brightly colored booths and tables. I was at the booth with the sombrero figure whose face you cannot see. It's a side profile. the figure is surrounded by desert cacti.
My booth was not the most comfortable and will try a table next time. There's also a fixture hanging from the ceiling that looks like a giant pinata. Tables are close together because space is at a premium. There was a mariachi band playing. I was not expecting entertainment on a Wednesday night. Despite the tight spaces, a couple of patrons danced along with a server. The band goes from table to table playing songs. There were a few birthdays...a lot of singing and clapping. Do not go here if you want a restaurant with a subdued atmosphere. This is a good place to party.
Prices are moderate. I ordered a sampler platter off the "gringo" section of the menu. It included wings, a cheese, tomato sour cream soup-like sauce that I dipped all my steak, chicken, and shrimp in. It was excellent.
However, I do not recommend ordering coffee here. It arrives flaming hot with milk instead of creamer. (Normally, I drink my coffee black but this was so hot I used the cold milk to cool it down.) It's nothing special. If you don't order a margarita, I would recommend drinking soda or water.
I prefer a lighter type of tortilla chip. However, the salsa was excellent and tasted homemade.
My server arrived immediately. He also brought everything promptly until it was time for the check. I had to wait longer than necessary for it. Other than that, the service was good.
Prices are mid-range. Credit cards are accepted. If you enjoy live entertainment, I recommend checking with the restaurant in advance as it is not offered every night.
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