I was here for supper. Our group sat at the back of the room, underneath colorful murals of traditionally tattooed Mexican women. We were also near the speakers, which blared very loud rock music all night long. We asked at least twice to have the music turned down, to no avail.
There was one menu for beverages and another for the food. Most of the food is served tapas style, and we were encouraged to share. The specialty is tacos: you get two mini tacos for the price, both in the same flavor. They do not come with any other items often served in other places, such as rice and beans. In terms of beverages, do not expect to order sangria or margaritas — neither are on the menu. “They aren’t that Mexican anyways”, claimed the waitress. Horchata, my drink of choice, was sold out, so I stuck with water.
Service was mostly pleasant and very speedy, except I had to wait more than half an hour to get my bill. I was originally given a bill with a beer order on it, and I don’t drink beer. Only after everyone else at my table paid, and I started putting my jacket on to leave, did I get my bill. Also, special requests are accepted but the waitress did her best to talk people out of them. But if you want me to come back, turn off the racket please! The “young people” may enjoy it, but I must be getting old because I found it unpleasant and unsettling.