I've heard a lot of hype about this place, and Rachael Ray raves about the food on her Food Network show, $40-a-Day. The food is phenomenal, and the drinks to die for. The carne asada is rich, filling, and pleasing to hungry palates. The ceviche is yummy and can be a complete meal in and of itself. There's a kid's menu, music to serenade loved ones, and somebody who makes balloon animals for kids. Women in traditional Mexican dress stand by the windows and make fresh tortillas that come with your meal. If you plan to eat here, expect to wait for at least 20 minutes. It's well worth it.