When you walk into Taco Mac, you are greeted by young hosts and hostesses. Depending on how busy they are, these folks offer warm welcomes or there is confusion in the rush. But they never, and I say never are rude. They always seem to be glad you're there.
Once seated, you are clearly in an oversized (read: suburban) village sports bar. No matter where you sit, you'll see a TV. Look around. You'll see people who are happy to be together.
Because they serve a lot of people, the staff is usually rushing around trying to meet the customers needs. There are many servers and, as in any establishment of this size, they have different personalities. I have never experienced any server who acted indifferent and most all seem to want to please the customer.
The menu is large but you can't go wrong with the nachos, chicken quesadilla or the wings. (like i said, It's not for people who don't like bar food) For the guy in a hurry, there are very tasty tacos.
But being in a hurry is not what Tao Mac is about. It's a place to sit back, relax and enjoy your friends and the atmosphere.