First off, Pueblo Viejo's staff is extremely professional and friendly. We didn't have to wait in getting a table. We were greeted with smiles and given an option were to sit. The restaurant was clean and colorful. The menu had many different choices to choose from (maybe too many to excel at them all) at reasonable prices. We were given fresh chips and salsa, and again, the employees are very attentive! If we need more chips and salsa or drink refills they were on it without us having to ask. So, why only 3 stars for this Mexican restaurant? The food, don't get me wrong, the food isn't bad it's just nothing special. Pueblo Viejo's dining experience is memorable, but their food is not; it gets lost in the sea of all the other bland Mexican restaurants. Pueblo Viejo's didn't excel in flavors or taste to separate themselves from the rest of the typical chain restaurants.
I recently booked a large party of 40 ppl at the new location. The banquet coordinator/Assistant GM Dominique was very professional in working with me to set everything up and make sure everything would run smoothly and be taken care of. The experience was great for all. They had 2 of their wait staff to serve us and they were both very attentive and funny. The party was held in their covered patio room which had plenty of space to walk around and a pool table. Most of us ordered food which was brought out within 15 minutes. I was very happy with the food and service and will be back soon!
Jorge's is the best Mexican place in town! Their magaritas are terrific, if you like them strong. If you prefer watery drinks, go to Jose Muldoon's.The green chili (mild and half & half) is true to the south western tradition - delicious. Jorge's large burrito is huge, and tasty. The tacos de carne asada are wonderful. Previous reviewers need to eat there more than once to provide an accurate picture. Charging for homemade tortilla chips and excellent salsa? In the past year's sorry economic climate, I can't fault them for that!