FUN IN THE AFTERNOON. Have a "baseball" way of viewing restaurants-I'll try it 3 times. Either you have a homerun, or strike!-you're out. Got to be honest, the first 2 times we went, it sucked. The place was dirty,the waitress was snobby and ignored us (party of 4), the food bland. The TV and bar patrons were so loud, you almost had to scream to hear the other person say something. A woman was seated in the bar area with 2 children, and her 3 yr old daughter was shrieking,throwing food, and running around the bar area. We stayed away from Chili's. One rainy afternoon, hubby says let's duck in here. Leery, I gave him the hairy eyeball look, and said we'll see.The difference was amazing. It was CLEAN, the waitress a darling, and checked on us regularly. The food while tasty, wasn't anything I couldn't do in the kitchen. They must've changed bartenders too, because I got a margarita that was killer-smooth. Our dessert was fantastic, but my coffee tasted burnt & old. Otherwise, it was a fun place to be, and I really enjoyed relaxing and laughing with my hubby. Not rushed, so we felt like spending more time and money there. Yes, I'd go back again !!
Families and an after-work crowd come to this relaxed Tex-Mex chain for sizzling fajitas and a buzzing bar scene..
Festive decor of colorfully tiled tables, vintage photographs and sunny Southwestern accents welcomes an all-ages crowd at this informal hangout. Youngsters and their parents pile into dining room booths; casual business types toss back margaritas and watch televised sports at the bar. The menu features mild versions of Lone Star state favorites, from double-basted baby back ribs and steak fajitas to red-beef chili and deep-fried onions.
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