One of the more famous Mexican restaurants in Tucson, it well deserves it's status. Inexpensive, great service, and simply incredible food. I love going there for lunch, when it's never busy.
The food is exactly what you'd expect from any Red Lobster..decent. There were only three items on the menu that didn't have seafood in them, which could make it difficult if you go with someone not into fish, like I did. The service was efficient enough, but they were all a little too intense and 'in your face' for my liking.
If you love sushi and don't want to break your bank this is the place to be! Everyday they have at least 5 of their sushi rolls on special for half off..all day. The rolls are big and well made, the miso soup is free (so is the edamame if you sit at the bar), and the sake bombs are $5. They even have private booth rooms, complete with beaded curtains.. which are great if you go during the week with your kids, so they don't annoy the rest of the restaurant! The weekend nights can get a little busy, but I've always been seated fairly quickly.
A great place to take visiting family and friends to! The food is very good, and it's nice and affordable too. Their great prime rib, house salad, sangria, and Old West atmosphere practically guarantees a fun night.
My favorite restaurant in all of Tucson. A bit pricey, but worth every cent. The mole is to die for!!