Went to Hank's on a Sunday evening about 8 pm because the Longhorn was closed and I was tired of Mexican cuisine. The bar was busy but I had my choice of dining areas because the restaurant wasn't very busy.
I ordered a draft Negro Modelo and the signature jambalaya, but asked that they not include the oysters. The jambalaya was spiced just about right --- zippy but not too hot, with chunks of chicken & andouille. The entire staff was polite and attentive without being intrusive. Total tab was 200 pesos, a little high for San Miguel but not excessive.
The music was somewhat loud and New Orleans themed. If the dining areas were full it probably wouldn't have seemed as loud.
Overall, good enough that I would return on another visit, but not fantastic enough that I would return again during my short visit.
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