From the website for Creekside Bar and Grill we expected a nice steakhouse - found when we arrived it had just been changed to a Mexican restaurant, Playa Bonita.. Same ownership.
Flavors good, with a couple of outstnding items (cheese quesadillas appetizer, Spanish rice, guacamole), but generally overcooked. Fajita plate flavors good but steak strips wereextremely tough.
Fail for ambiance - beige, mirrored 50's steakhouse/supper club (with no renovation since) and a DJ began setting up in the middle of dinner service. Felt bad for thepeople seated at the table next to the door they were bringing their equipment in through (towers, speakers, really major set up stuff). The bar is dark, but occupies one end of the dining room.