My daughter, who lives in NJ, always wants to take us to this restaurant when we visit from the Midwest. I'm always a bit reluctant because it's such a popular spot for casual inexpensive dining that hour waits for a table are routine. However, Jose Tejas handles the crowds well and one soon settles in and starts people watching. Jose draws a very diverse crowd, the affluent, the not so affluent, and every racial type known. Everyone was courteous in spite if the crowds.
The food is a curious mix of Mexican and Caribbean cuisine with a little New Orleans thrown in. I've had a bit of both and all were great. I particularly like the beef burritos.
I love this place and will surely go back next year and, yes, there will be a crowd and there will be a wait. If there wasn't, I'd be concerned.
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