When we got there it was very crowded. We were told our wait would be 15-20 minutes..not bad for as busy as they were. 30 minutes later we were seated. It took our waiter 10 minutes to come take our drink order. It then took an additional 10 minutes to take our dinner order. Mind you, we were a party of 2. We then waited 45 minutes for our food. The manager was running around and not once stopped to check on us. There were people who came in after us who finished their meals and left before we were served our food! Once again, no one stopped to check on us. We had to ask for additional water and soda. I'm giving them 3 stars because the food was pretty good. Salsa was bland but the actual meal had good flavor. Service and management were not organized. I doubt we will go back.
We stopped by Sombreros to try it out after our daughters softball practice down the street. We were so excited to try it out as there are really no good mexican restaurants in the area. They were very busy for a Thursday night but we were seated right away. The enchiladas and tacos were fantastic! My husband had the chimichanga burrito and said it was very good and our daughter who like all other 11 year olds is extremely picky said her bean burrito was really good. For being so new we were very surprised at the service, very courteous and quick. The owner took the time to come to our table and ask how everything was. We will definitely be going back.
I took my family to lunch at Sombrero's Sunday afternoon. The place was moderately busy, but we were never neglected. Our waiter, Vince, was really personable, attentive, and entertaining. My youngest daughter is extremely picky, but she loved the kidilla (quesadilla), rice, and cheese dip. The flautas are excellent; the beef enchilada are as good as any I've had; and the sides were delicious. I'm looking forward to trying the tamales. The price of the meal, with drinks, was comparable or even a bit lower than other equivalent restaurants.