My Wife and I dined for probably the 5th or 6th time at this restaurant. Food, as always, was reliably tasty and authentic. I had the Tres Enchiladas, each with a different meat filling, and the standard Lime rice and black beans accompanied the meal. The complimentary chips and salsa are always delectable. I washed my meal down with two margaritas on the rocks. Would have liked them to be a bit more potent, but this is a common problem in my experience with many margaritas at restaurants. Too much mix, not enough tequila. My Wife enjoyed the Carne Asada, cooked just the way she ordered it, medium. She also complained that her Mint Julep was lacking in much of an alcoholic kick. Service was fine on this quiet Saturday late afternoon.