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March 15, 2005
They are in the heart of 5th Avenue, and while I don't remember, everyone knows where it is. You can't get there by car; you have to walk to it. There's also plenty of mariachi music there to keep you entertained!
From journal Playa del Carmen: Beach, Good Food, and More!
Brooklyn, New York
January 14, 2005
When seated, you'll notice many items to choose from on the menu, including fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, guacamole, etc. Order the guacamole and they'll come to your table and make it right there for you. The food is delicious... I've eaten there many times and you can't go wrong with any of the traditional offerings. As most restaurants in this area, it is not uncommon to see a waiter come to a table and make shrimp and tequila dishes or flambés with flames shooting up into the air.
The reason this place is so busy is that it is what most tourists want or expect to see in Mexico, including the mariachis dressed to the nines playing the only three Mexican songs you could possibly recognize. There is part of me that gets annoyed at the stereotypes, but at least it's not TGIF (which IS on 5th Avenue by the way), and the people who work there seem to be very happy.
So enjoy yourselves and the music, but don't forget to tip the musicians if they come by!!
From journal Mayan Riviera: Things to do!