Tio Leo's offers many good, but not amazing, Mexican dishes at the mid-range price point of between 10 to 20 dollars. The best way to describe this restaurant is a locally owned, more authentic and tasty version of El Torito. Having said that, Tio Leo's does offer a fairly popular all-you-can-eat Sunday Brunch, and the Napa street location (reviewed here) has very popular bar with live musical acts that always seem to pack the dance floor. If you ever had glory days in the late 1980's or 1990's and wanted to relive said glory days, the kitschy decor and Mariachi elevator music that permeates the interior of Tio Leo's will immediately take you back to that day you closed the deal on two dozen 14.4 baud modems and the boss took everybody in the office out to Tio Leo's for margaritas. If you have parents, relatives, and/or friends visiting from out of town and you want to take them to a locally owned restaurant (that isn't a taco shop) where you can chat and catch up over a beer, Tio Leo's is for you.