Have only been here once and didn't eat a lot but it was okay. (Certainly better than the bland local competition). The chips were stale and the salsa lacks any real bite. The margaritas were excellent, the quesadillas were delicious but I'm not sure they were anything much better than you can make yourself at home. The menu is not extensive and I wish they had fish tacos which I think should be a staple. The mariachi band was very good (if a little too loud) and unlike most, one of them is a woman, who sings and plays the violin. But you'd better like them, because not only are they loud they methodically move from table to table, playing at every single one in turn--so you will be stuck with them whether you like it or not. The service was quick and efficient. The decor is colorful and the overall vibe is more like slick Cancun than funky Tex-Mex or northern Sonoroan. Will have to return to try other things on the menu, but watching food get delivered to other diners, the plates looked good.
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