THE DIRTY ARMY: Nik, if you are looking for authentic Mexican food, look elsewhere. If you are looking Mexican inspired dishes that lack flavor, then this is your spot. Rocco’s is more of a place where you would go to hang out at the bar, not necessarily eat. Its loud, there is a DJ booth, and plenty of people standing around your dinner table. I’ve been here for lunch on a Sunday, which was nice and quiet, but the food lacks flavor and the drinks are weak. If you decide on a pitcher of margarita, expect a pitcher full of ice, and maybe 4 glasses of margarita. Don’t forget the ice already that’s in your glass. The tamales are a joke. I expected some corn husk wrapped goodness, but what I received was a heaping pile of bland shredded beef, covered in pickled red onions. Underneath the heaping pile of meat was the masa, and the husk underneath that. I was definitely confused as to what I was eating. It would have been much better if the meat was actually flavorful, but it unfortunately wasnt. The Sangria I had was watered down and the tacos were way too salty. The fresh made guacamole was good. I asked for super hot, but it was more mild for my taste. The price point is also way to high. I can honestly say Ive never spent more than 100 dollars on Mexican food until I went to Rocco’s. The draw must be the bar, because I cant say its the food.
Does a place like this really need valet?- nik