This is a franchise restaurant, so don't expect some quiet or trendy urban restaurant. Its decor is like any other franchise restaurant, over the top, gaudy, but fitting for the type of restaurant this is. This is not the place to go if you are wanting a quiet dinner, its loud, and does a fair amount of its business in liquor. That being said, they have some rather tasty menu choices. As an appetizer I would recommend the dip made with the goat cheese. Its served with toasted bread and served in roasted red bell peppers. The Chicken Santiago is an excellent dish on the more affordable side of the menu, and is served with an excellent sauce and comes with fried yucca which is very good. For desert the cheesecake is excellent. If you are looking for an intimate dinner look elsewhere, but for a fun night out with friends this is an excellent destination. Its generally very crowded, so expect a wait.
Pros: Good food, good drinks, fun atmosphere
Cons: Loud, Long Wait Times, Not good for intimacy