After being intrigued by the crowds in the parking lot, decided to give this a try tonight. Bottom line--I don't understand the crowds!! We started out with okay $7.00 each Margaritas and okay, made at the table $7.95 guacamole. We then decided to share fajitas ($19.95!!!)not a typo, $19.95 for fajitas. We were informed that there would be a $5.00 surcharge, not a typo, $5.00 surcharge, to share an entree. So now the $19.95 fajitas were $24.95. They arrived, and were a large portion, and good, but there were only 3 tortillas. We asked for one (1) more tortilla (not one order, one tortilla) since there were two of us (one tortilla costs, what, a nickel?) and were told by our waiter that it came with 3 tortillas. We told him that for our $5.00 surcharge, we expected another tortilla, he gave us a lecture on the 3 tortilla rule, and begrudgingly gave us one (1) more tortilla. At the conclusion of our meal, we complained to the manager, who really did not want to hear about our problems. So---can anyone tell me why there is always a crowd in the parking lot of Guadelejara in Briarcliff Manor??????