Every night’s a party at Rocco’s, a loud, popular, tequila-drenched upscale hangout where friends meet to kick back with margaritas and dig into guacamole mixed tableside. After sunset, flaming torches illuminate its lakeside terrace, and deeper into the night, a DJ spins, and occasionally Rocco himself appears to dance on the bar and pour tequila. It serves all kinds of Mexican entrées, but its specialty is the fajita-like molcajetes, marinated and slow-cooked for hours and served in a lava rock bowl to keep them hot longer.