Haven't eaten here in over ten years but had a gift certificate, so we checked it out. Went on a Friday night and immediately noticed that there were lots of empty seats. Had a burger; it was alright, though the cheese on it was more like a weird spread, since it had been over-heated in the microwave. Service was OK. Asked for onion rings but got fries; however, the pleasant server made it right without it becoming an issue. Prices were reasonable, and they have a couple of lower-priced special deals going on, but you kind of get the feeling that this is less a restaurant that is actually cooking food and more of a glorified vending machine with a microwave in the back warming food that is made elsewhere. Given that two adults ate decent food for under $20, I am hesitant to call it "poor" on the rating, but I guess my overall concern about the place is that if you want a Mexican dish, you should really go to a real Mexican place. If you want a burger, you should really go to a real burger place, if you really want some seafood, go to a real seafood place, and so on down the menu. It has a couple of nice salads...it has a couple of unimaginative pricey-per-bite bar food appetizers...but... to some extent, this place really serves fast food on a plate instead of merely being on a plastic tray. I think Moe's has better Mexican. I think Five Guys Burger and Fries has better burgers, etc. I have to wonder if the whole business model of Chili's is the bar and the food is a break even? The place doesn't really seem to have a fire in its belly or on the grill.
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