The staff is friendly, the energy is high and the food is authentic. The large jalapeño poppers have just the right amount of heat and I enjoyed the crispy chimichanga that was loaded with beef. Soft, sweet sopaipillas completed the evening; they were sprinkled with cinnamon and I added the honey. It was a fun, relaxing and satisfying meal. Here you will find many traditional Mexican plates on the menu. Some selections include nachos, enchiladas, stuffed avocado, tostadas, quesadillas, and tacos. Try a house specialty plate such as chicken breast topped with a mole sauce and white cheese or a baked potato stuffed with beef or chicken, topped with chili con queso sauce and sour cream. The bar area has a glass wall that is filled with bubbling colorfully lit water which sets the tone for a cheerful atmosphere.