There is a bait stand but it is separate. The outside appearance is taxi-cab yellow but you can't really see much of the building itself. Between the entrance and the front doo, there is a patio with unique items for sale.
Once you are actually inside the door, there is a little store area on the left with a lot more "stuff" to look at and maybe purchase if something catches your fancy.
Finally, you enter the dining room itself which is best described as sensory overload. It is definitely eclectic and there is plenty to keep you occupied once you have ordered your dinner.
The menu is full of delicious Mexican food items. But you should know in advance that this is not a tacos and burgers joint as you might think and they do not charge fast-food prices. It is a restaurant. The food is homecooked and delicious. Even the tortillas are homemade. They do not take credit cards either so come with cash. Expect prices in the $10-$15+ price range without drinks. I had a quesadilla, half-chicken and half-beef. It was very good.
The birthday girl had carne guisado-pork and it was also delicious.
There is a patio at the back with tables if you want to eat outside.
"Frank" the owner and waiter is really "Eddie" and he takes time to chat with each of the customers and encourages you to look around while you wait for your dinner and afterward. "Mrs Eddie" was in the kitchen cooking. An interesting dining experience!
I had intended to stop at the Canyon Lake Info pull-off on my way out to the lake but it was crowded with photographers; however, I just had to stop on my way home.
The wildflowers are everywhere and they are sooooooo beautiful this year. You'll be seeing more of them over the next couple of weeks.