We didn't have a great first impression. We dined here on a Saturday night, at the end of the season. The two men waiting in front of us left after not being acknowledged by any host or hostess. We waited around a few more minutes before they finally got around to seating us. The restaurant was not full as it was late March. Our actual server would be fine, though.
The margaritas were good, and my chicken quesadillas were fine. However, my husband ordered the chicken and green chile enchiladas, and it literally looked like a child's menu item. I've never seen enchiladas so small -- they looked like taquitos.