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March 12, 2008
December 22, 2005
From journal Wearin' O' the Green
Fort McMurray, Alberta
March 12, 2005
From journal Two Weeks in Mazatlan
North Vancouver, British Columbia
January 15, 2004
From journal Christmasat the Marina El Cid
pleasantville, New York
August 10, 2003
The waitstaff performs aboout every 20 minutes encouraging your participation in their routine. We were skeptical about such a touristy looking place, but everyone we talked to said to go here. We learned it is a favorite among locals and had been in this new location for about a year. Coupons on the internet are a plus also.
From journal memories of mazatlan
May 22, 2003
The service is fantastic. They have dancing waiters and a clown who has a blast with the kids and adults as well.
It reminds us of a Tumbleweeds and Texas Roadhouse decor, but with better service and a floor show.
From journal Easter in mazatlan
San Jose, California
May 21, 2003
Salsa is made fresh at your tableside, to your specification. You can get almost anything there to eat from traditional Mexican food to steaks, to seafood. The first night I had a seafood combo made of fish filet, octopus, and shrimp. To die for! I also love the baked goat (I had this on my second visit here). It has the texture of dark meat chicken or turkey with the flavor of lamb. Of course, you cannot go without ordering the bananas flambe (prepared at your table) for dessert.
Throughout the evening at different times, the waiters will dance in the middle of the restaurant and give the guests a little show. This is another of the must visits in Mazatlan.
From journal My Mazatlan-May 2003
yucca valley, California
May 2, 2003
Our waiter, locally known as George "Copperfield," is more than a waiter, he's a very good magician as well. He performed tricks for us at our table that kept us wondering throughout our vacation. After dinner, our (flaming) Mexican Coffees were made at tableside, and that was an impressive show in itself. The coffees are very tasty, but you can't beat the presentation.
The restaurant has a comfortable country-western theme and atmosphere, created nicely by the huge antler chandeliers and wagon-wheel tabletops. The food is very good -- the menu also reflects the country-western style. We had steaks and they were to die for. During dinner, we enjoyed some very good performances -- a Mexican-dance show, a song or two, a clown who made balloon figures and entertained the kids, and some of the waiters did country line dancing and they happen to be very good at it. What a great time.
Like I said, it's more than just a dinner.
Discounts on dining are available on the internet at www.allaboutmazatlan.com/coupons.htm
From journal A weeks worth of Mazatlan
January 31, 2003
From journal One Of My Favorite Destinations