A huge restaurant, very popular with locals. They have assorted Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes. They start you with tortillas that are just a cut above store-bought, and salsas which are bland. Our server was overwhelmed by our big table, but was friendly and only occasionally forgetful of certain items. The food is fine; my biggest complaint is that the cheese they use seems to be predominantly American or Velveeta. Not the most appealing in the seafood enchiladas. Decent family-style restaurant where everyone can find something they like, but not great.
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