I've been to Provecho a handful of times and there are pros and cons. I like their food, but their portions are a bit small for the cost. Food items run $5-6. For drinks, they offer beer, wine, and a couple of cocktails and run $4-6. I tend to stick with the wine. Offering a draft beer for $5 isn't really a bargain to me.
Their food menu includes Torta Sliders, Queso Fundido, Spicy Tuna Tostadas, Calamari Fries, Sopas, and Tacos. The tacos have always been my favorite. You get 2 for $5 and your choices are potato, beef, chicken, and pork. My favorites are the potato and pork. But between 3-7pm, you can get their tacos for $1 each. That's right!! One buck a taco! Muy bueno!!!
The last time I was there, the bartender gave us a small plate of homemade tortilla chips and flour tortillas along a green verde sauce. If they don't give them to you, ASK FOR THEM. The small tortillas are so good. They were thick, almost like a pupusa but with no filling. De-lish!
Now, I'm not completely thrilled with the service. When it's busy, they seem to get kind of flustered. The last time I was there was on a Sunday and it was pretty empty. Just like my wine glass. Yes, my empty wine glass stood sadly by itself while the bartender chatted with a co-worker. No bueno.
So I suggest going when it's not busy and go for the tacos!
Pros: happy hour
Cons: HH portions are small