As with most chains of this sort there are rarely any surprises. Imagine our shock at seeing someone's little pet dog set down and prance down the aisle and up the stairs and right out the door, after the diners had obviously smuggled the little flea bag in inside a purse. It ostensibly remained hidden from view during their dinner, but once the bill was paid they had no fear of reprisal and set the beast loose. We commented to the server and he smiled, shrugged and said it was a "service animal." Right; a Pekinese Seeing Eye dog.
The interior of this particular Chili's is architecturally intriguing as it was a seafood restaurant in a previous incarnation and is laid out like a Spanish Galleon. Cool
All that aside, the food was pretty good and the service just so-so. It seemed like a hang out for locals and not a tourist attraction by any means. Meh - overall.
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