This place was filthy. I am a previous restaurant manager so sometimes I am a little more critical than I should be but not the case here. Bathroom filthy, no soap to wash hands, paper towel dispenser broken. Only one bathroom so I gotta wonder how my waitress was washing her hands. I don't see how anyone says family friendly about a place with no high chairs and step up high booths so if there were high chairs it would do no good. Also, no crayons or paper menus or waitress that smiles, nothing here says family friendly.
No atmosphere at all for that matter, there was a hockey game on but no sound for that matter. Seem to be hip folks so I expected some tunes at least. Back to the filth, sit beside the salsa bar if you happen to be in there and glance over the sneeze guard, if that layer of dust has not been there since the beams were sawed for this place, I will visit this place again. Speaking of the salsa, you get charged 2.99 so I figured there had to be a decent selection of salsas, no, only about 6 and seemed basic and store bought.
Now, on to the only thing I can say about this place that was good, the burrito. It was really good, had a great flavor. I don't know if they cook something with coconut oil or not but something gave it a sweet kick that just put it over the top, so kudos to the burrito.
I don't usually write these so don't know how to stop, I will just say, if you do see someone in one of their shirts that read ""follow my a$$ to Yo Burrito (classy), do so at your own risk and don't take kids in there.