I have eaten at this restaurant more than once. I find the food mediocre and the establishment is ancient. Sometimes it has been the only restaurant open late in the evening, so back we go again, even though we would care not to. It food really isn't bad but it isn't excellent either.
It has a full bar with micro beers, TV's for the sports fans, and a happy hour on M-F, 3-6 pm. Senor Hog's is opened daily for lunch and dinner. We always order one of their Mexican dinners and haven't been crazy about any one of them. So, I can't even recommend a dish above another. They also serve ribs, steaks, and seafood.
If you have a sports fan in you group though this is a perfect hide-a-way to watch the NFL football games in the Fall, the basketball playoffs, or the Dodgers and Angels battling it out.
The value of the meals is fair. The service is excellent, and you are given much attention, for there is never very many patrons in the restaurant at any one time when I have been there. I would say the bar is the business place in Senor Hogs.
As of January 2007, this restaurant has gone out of business. There is a new restaurant in the same building. I haven't had a chance to try it out to see if the food and decor have been improved on. It still looks like they prepare steaks and Mexican food.