This was our first visit to this chain. We went on a weekday for a late lunch, so there were only a couple of other people there. It was nice and relaxing. The chips and salsa weren't as good as El Fenix's, but decent enough for a big chain. My husband had the chicken lunch fajitas which he rates a 7 on a scale of 10. There was no seasoning on the meat, which could have been a lot better if they had done that. They make their own tortillas on site. I had the brisket quesadilla lunch combo with a side salad, which was very good. They put pico de gallo in everything, including the salad, so if you don't like cilantro, be sure to mention it. The brisket was very tasty, but they snuck in a few jalapenos on me, which I wasn't expecting. The waitress was very friendly, and she was prompt to take our order, bring the food, check in on us, and give us the check. It's a sports bar as well, so there are many flat screen tv's hung up all over. They did have a good-sounding brownie-type dessert, but we were too full to try it this time around.
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