Quiet. Nice service. Lunch comes with a salad bar, soup on, and chips and salsa. Reasonable. I couldn't come close to finishing the enchilada plate, but enjoyed trying.
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We went in at 2pm on a Friday...it was completely empty! There wasn't even a bartender behind the bar. We walked in and 2 ladies talked to each other at the register for like 3 minutes and never acknowledged us. We walked out.
This place was within walking distance of the hotel I was staying at. Wasn't many people in there but I ordered a hamburger, fries and a drink. Burger had a lot of flavor and the bun toasted to perfection. All for $8. Not to shabby...More
We popped in here a couple of nights ago for a drink and spotted the stage, feeling starved of live music we elected to return on Friday night. Then we worried it might be too full so popped back in and asked if we could...More
Wonderful food and really wonderful drinks! Right across the street from the courthouse and close to all downtown attractions!
We went as couple on a Friday for a late drink and dancing. This is one of the oldest bars in San Antonio. For a tourist its worth a visit if you like dancing but go a Friday. No need to dress up. Drinks are...More
The $5 lunch special delivers-- you get what you pay for. Extremely watered down soup and bland salsa. I can't even remember what the main entree tasted like-- I'm sure it was forgettable. The old building, however, is great. The patio, outback, would be a...More