Avoid at all costs.
I'm not sure how long this place could stay open. Without even judging this on the same plane as traditional Mexican cuisine, it still falls short of texmex standards. To start, the waitress got our order wrong. We ordered white queso dip, which was nothing more than white cheese heated and diluted with water. My fajita platter was charred. The hot dish was was so hot that it burned the rice and beans that it touched and the chicken and carne asada was similar to a charcoal briquette by time I could get it out of it's little iron dish of heat. Dessert wasn't offered, and most of my party didn't finish 1/4 of our meal. Lame