We were to try out Ray’s the Steak, but couldn’t get the table until 11 at night, so we went next door to Gujillo Grill (Mexican Cuisine) instead. If you want a nice and quiet place to dine and wine, Guajillo is not the right place. It was packed and quite loud. We started off with Ceviche and mussels for appetizers. They both tasted fine, but the main courses were disappointing. From the ordinary enchiladas to the chewy steak to the dried chicken, the dishes weren’t impressive enough for a second visit.