My wife and I decided to check this place out about a week ago after seeing an ad in the local paper (they have a $10 off coupon every Thursday). Situated about a block from the heart of old town, we checked the place out. It being January, we weren't that surprised to see the place was not that crowded on a Friday night, especially since their main dining area isn't that well insulated (they had heating lamps which were nice). If it were the summer time, I imagine this place would be much busier. The aesthetics of this place were bright and it looked like there was a party just about to start. Definitely a warm and inviting atmosphere. As for the food, my wife and I ordered the original baja bucket which came with Carne Asada, Chicken, Lobster and Shrimp. Prior to our meal being served, we made our way to the Caesar Salad/Salsa bar. The salad bar was nothing special, but had the makings for a decent caesar salad. Our server also brought out some warm tortillas along with a sweet ""chilli"" butter- definitely interesting. The food came out, and in great quantity. They didn't skimp on the lobster or the shrimp, and I swear the carne asada seemed endless (though it was a bit chewy). Overall, I would say it was about average. The buckets were pretty pricey, though we did walk out with a meal for the next day, so it was a pretty decent value. If you have visitors that aren't quite up to the challenge of going to Mexico, this wouldn't be a bad alternative.
Pros: Parking close to the restaurant, quantity of food
Cons: just average- nothing mind blowing