In the evenings, a Peruvian band plays just outside the restaurant, so arrive early to get a front table. Later on, a house band brings the music inside. Kids are encouraged to dance along. A mix of Maya and more modern Mexican flavors, the open-air restaurant also serves up fun. Kids like watching the waiters balance open bottles of beer on their heads before delivering them tableside. The restaurant is known for its flambe cooking and for its grilled seafood and steaks. From the children’s menu, kids can order fish sticks, chicken fingers and quesadillas.