This festive Tex-Mex restaurant with a gadzillion terraces and decks overlooking the lake burned almost entirely to the ground (it was struck by lightening) a few years ago, but it's been impressively rebuilt with beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces. The food's eh - decently prepared standbys like smoked-chicken enchiladas and guac-and-chips). It's a fun place for cocktails and brunch or a sunset dinner, before or after a visit to Hippie Hollow. The owners have even bigger plans for expansion underway, having opened a full outdoor retail and entertainment village. There's plenty of seating, although on weekends it can be challenging to get a table with a lake view.