My husband & I ate here on Halloween night. Got there about 5:30. We were told the wait would be about 45 minutes but it was only about 30 minutes! It was not as crowded "as usual" we were told because it was Halloween... people staying home to feed the kids, we guess.
That said, the food was delicious but not so delicious that a wait of over an hour would be worth it. There are not very many entrees to choose from and the highly-recommended shrimp dish was not available. We had the Carne Asada -- wonderful, and the Goat Cheese Enchilada, spicier that I wanted. The waiter did warn me it was "a bit" spicy... more than a bit. Service was great - fast but not rushed.
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