by Jean F. on
The service here is not great and neither is the food. The drinks however are decent. I've had the churrasco which was over cooked once and the second time was cooked rare on one side and well on another. Also tried the platano sandwich which is ok but very small. It is sort of like a patacon but a lot drier. The empanadas are probably my favorite thing I have tried. The sangria is also good. The outdoor dining is decent but loud because of the surrounding businesses. My advise if you want to try this place go during off peak hours.
by Anton Sasso on
The decor for this place is extravagant, and the food was delicious! I can safely say that it was one of the best steaks I've ever had. Just a word of advice, whoever is going there for a birthday dinner and actually brings their own cake.. be sure NOT TO LET THEM CUT IT. They charged us for cutting the cake that we brought and didn't inform us there was a fee before hand (like how most upscale restaurants would) and it turned out to be $64 to cut a damn cake...that cost more than the mother friggin' cake itself!
by Sol Tristan on
Two words: Elvis Skeleton. (He watches over you). I went to this bar for a friend's birthday and had a blast. We had the entire top floor to ourselves for dinner and pre-bar side drinks. The ambiance of this place is funky, emphasis on FUN. The dimly lit bar is adorned with Mexican Day of the Dead art (I love the portrait of a skeleton in an Elvis outfit), and the marionettes. Yes, I said marionettes. This bar is just a great place to meet friends (noise levels aren't distracting and though seating is limited, there was no over crowding) and the drinks are priced well. If you're a light drinker, you have to try the pina colada served in a coconut or the mango margarita. For those who wanna be a cheap date, they have the El Guapo $5 margaritas. I mostly sipped on vodka sodas, but it was a fun place to catch up with friends. I met more people in the patio area than at the bar, and NOTE, the bartender outside was more pleasant that the light eyed dark haired (handsome but not very friendly) guy that served us in the front. Fiesta!