Traveling from the midwest to MD we stopped off in Frederick for lunch at 1:00 PM Sunday. It was a nice day so we spotted a mexican restaurant with outdoor seating. Walking in I noticed the margaritas are already premixed in large glass containers by the bar. I should have left and avoided the rest of the bland cuisine we were in store for. For years fresh-Mex has been a staple in most chain tex-mex restaurants. Unfortunately this restaurant is slow to join the crowd. Our party of three ordered fish tacos, an enchilada, and sample plate of burittos and tacos. We were given a large basket of tortilla chips with hashy-looking salsa. Not impressive and weird looking. While waiting for our main course I used the dirty restroom. There was debris on the floor and no paper towels in the dispenser. Mind you it is early in the day and it was apparent that the bathroom was never cleaned from the night before. When our food finally arrived I was astonished at the presentation of all plates. My enchilada was brown dried bean paste covering a plate and looked like a baby bowl movement, topped with a greasy round tortilla and pink watery sauce. My sons burrito/taco dish was all co-mingled on his plate and looked as if micro-waved until you could not tell one item from the next. My husbands fish tacos looked like a Mrs. Paul's Fish piece with store bought watery cole slaw. I asked for a manager and about 10 minutes later our waitress with 2 young co-workers showed up. Two were in their young 20's and the other may be 30ish. None of them were managers and we were told that Lindsey the manager will be in at 3PM. I asked for all of our food to be taken off the bill, and got a smart-aleck answer from one of the 20 year olds that we had eaten, so therefore will not get refunded. The only item eaten was one fish taco out of the whole order. They did take my baby bowl movement off the bill-however. This restaurant is rudder-less and needs someone in charge who can make sure food that has died and expired under heat-lamps in the kitchen does not go out.