This is a fun Mexican restaurant. They used to give you a free meal on your birthday, but not anymore. I think they still do sing to you and bring you dessert though. They have fresh chips and salsa as appetizers. The food is good and comprised of most of the regular Mexican offerings plus refried beans, Mexican rice, sweet corn pone, etc. I really like their fajitas that they bring on a sizzling platter to the table with all of the fixins. The inside looks like a pueblo and has a grand entrance with vaulted ceiling area. Off to the different sides is the bar and then all of the dining areas in smaller rooms. Lighting is lower for ambience. Service is pretty good. They don’t have televisions in the other dining areas (just the bar/cantina) if you are invisioning a sports bar because of the previous review – the TV is just in the bar area, which is totally separate from the dining area.