I came here on a night when a local high school had a winter formal and the kids at the table next to me were extremely loud. I guess it was the first time they snuck a sip at some margarita and wanted to live it up a bit. I don't blame them for wanting to booze up their dates to have a good time. Most of the crowd here are mid aged suburban couples on the weekends. I have not tried their bar section, but it seemed like it was popping with the football game.
I like this particular location because its secluded from the busy shopping malls, and has an entire lot to itself. Its located in a business district, so I can imagine it gets busy during the lunch hours. I only came here during the weekend evenings, and I have had no trouble finding seating immediately when I show up.
This location has a window infront of their kitchen and you can see the chefs scrambling around to prepare the food. I thought that was fairly neat and unique. The customer service here is usually outstanding since there seems to be a longer wait time for food to be prepared. The waiter made sure our wait was as comfortable as possible. I gotta give him props for that.
El torito's food is pretty much prepared the same and tastes almost identical from location to location. Expect to pay about $10-15 per person when coming here. I recommend coming to this location simply because it's easy to get in and get out.