The view is prime, the food is the worst I've ever eaten. I had the salad involving beef, which I'm now calling the ""pulled hobo salad."" It was about a third of a cup of flank steak that appeared to have been boiled to death and then shredded out evenly over a desultory assortment of iceberg lettuce, sad tomato chunks, a smattering of canned black olive slices and rubbery raw pieces of button mushroom, all under a vile vinegar emulsion. It was inedible... like eating rubber bands marinated in white vinegar. And it was $11. Awful. The place was dirty, cramped and yet packed with patrons. We we not drinking, and pretty much everyone else was. I think the location, the view, the beer and the ""it's in a cactus shaped glass"" margaritas must explain why this place has been in business for 46 years while much, much better restaurants have closed far too soon. Seriously, that salad was the worst food I have put into my mouth that did not end in food poisoning. My dining companion's $14 bland lamb dish was better, but only because it was basically tasteless. Save yourself, and a hobo, and don't eat here.
Pros: the view
Cons: everything else