A few blocks past the north end of the malecón is this lively Mexican restaurant. Paintings of the city brighten the walls; at night the lighting is subdued and the mood is family-oriented. Many of the traditional breakfasts are the stick-to-your ribs variety. Lunch and dinner menus are different, but the cost is about the same. Expect numerous salads, pasta dishes, a good variety of chicken and beef dishes, and seafood and lobster prepared to your taste. Enjoy live music (electric guitar versions of "Proud Mary," or mariachi music) nightly, usually between 6 and 10 pm. There's free wireless Internet in both restaurant and bar.