For drinks fine; for food think again.
If it weren't for the location and drinks, I think this place would be out of business. Now with that said, here are the reasons why.
I eat out 3-4 times a week at a variety of restaurants. I have never had anything more than drinks here prior to this review. The service was abysmally slow and was not due to the place being busy. The waiter was completely uninterested, but that wasn't a problem for us at all. It was that he would take forever to come back and give us any attention for drinks, orders, water, etc. . On a positive note, the margaritas were nice and the view of the water was good too.
Now the food was barely passable, something like you might find in cans the ethnic section of a grocery store. I am being harsh, but it was not restaurant quality. I've eaten **far** better Mexican, Lula's for example, which is good, but light years ahead of Case Escobar. El Coyote is my favorite, this place is not even close. Refried beans from a can, came out cold and congealed, the taco consisted of mostly chopped lettuce and corn tortilla. The soft shells crumbled apart and I believe they were old, verging on stale. The 3 other dinners at the table weren't much better and were left mostly uneaten. We declined desert and additional drinks to get out ASAP.
I have read CS reviews and never liked or disliked a restaurant enough to sign up until now. I think that last sentence alone should tell you how dissatisfied I was. If you want a place on the water for margaritas, fine, but for anything more than chips and salsa, look elsewhere.
I did give them 2 stars (+1) for drinks and view.