Los Gallitos is housed in a large hacienda-style building with some separate rooms to accommodate large groups. There is outdoor dining. Service is adequate and friendly.
I want to like Gallitos but their food just isn't up to Tex-Mex that I've had before. It is also more expensive. The stuffed avocado was good, but the companion beef fajita taco was overcooked and too much food ($13.99). The "El Ray" (do they mean Rey?) has a cheese enchilada, tamale covered with chile con carne, and ground beef crispy taco ($12.99), all just okay. The refried beans seem processed. The beef fajita nachos are 6 for $9.99 or 9 for $12.99 -- $1.66/$1.44 per nacho! The nacho fajita meat was overcooked. The guac and sour cream accompanying the nachos was served on shredded lettuce to look like more, but instead made what little there was cling to the lettuce shreds.
The venue is nice, the food is not.
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