We went for Sunday brunch and some football. The brunch is $25.99 and a bit limited, but then again I am a pescatarian. They have bacon, sausage, chicken fajitas, country potatoes, chili verde, biscuits and gravy, shredded beef, ground beef for tacos, rice, omelets and waffles. I had the fajitas, potatoes, and an omelet. The fajitas were very good; you could tell the meat was marinated overnight. The potatoes were air cooked, so less grease, but changed the consistency. I absolutely loved the omelet. I had a veggie omelet and they use good cheddar cheese. The only down is no jalapenos. Not spicy, but I put a delicious tomatillo verde sauce on it and a scoop of guacamole from the taco bar area. I had a Bailey's and Coffee which came with coffee and a shot of Bailey's on the side. Just the right amount. Some make the coffee too sweet.
They open at 9:30, which is the perfect time to come before it gets busy when football has already started. We got to choose whatever seat we wanted. I see that they also do reserved tables too.
Unlike the last few times we have come, we received excellent service from Christal, our server, and the guy (I didn't get his name) that does the omelets and waffles was really nice and delivers the omelet to your table.
They have a bloody Mary and mimosa table to make your own drink, after ordering your glass with the alcohol in it. We found that letting them make it is $1.50 cheaper.
Great start to a Sunday afternoon!
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