Centrally located and bright orange, it is easy to find.
The owner is a friendly guy and will have a drink with you any time of the day and can tell a lot of tall tales.
However, there is no sushi bar and the sushi menu is limited to frozen tuna and shrimp, and the rice is completely wrong. As far as I can tell, the owner is not trained as a sushi chef.
The Mexican food is slightly better.
The ceviche ($4) is a small portion and the chips were soggy from the humidity.
There are music "jam" nights when the owner features himself and his very limited repertoire as the entertainment.
Three thumbs down.