Families and an after-work crowd come to this relaxed Tex-Mex chain for sizzling fajitas and a buzzing bar scene.. In Short 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.
You're just not important.
I try to go here when it's not busy. I've gone for the last time. No one was around to seat us, and when we finally were, no one stopped to take our drinks or acknowledge our presence. Our waitress seemed to have all 4 tables w/customers & the 2 managers and another waitress were more interested in chatting then attending to us or helping out their busy co-worker.