The food was fine if a bit overpriced, although the atmosphere during the weekday happy hour was good. The nachos were lovely and thin, and the queso and meat toppings were yummy. We had a fairly large party of 14 ranging from kids to seniors, but unfortunately had a seriously grumpy waitress, who was not interested in being helpful to people who had not been there before (me!) or people who weren't that familiar with Tex-Mex (my senior parents). Got several orders wrong and forgot a few drinks -- I am always quite willing to forgive this (having been a waitress myself!) as long as the attitude is pleasant, which in this case it was not. She ended better than she began but did not start off on the right foot. A smile is always welcome!
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