January 14, 2004
The entire restaurant looks like a typical barbecue joint right out of Texas. All of the meat entrees are grilled on a barbecue. They also had other typical American fare like pizza. There were even some traditional Mexican dishes as well. The selection and variety is such that you could take a very large group there and absolutely everyone would find something on the menu that would appeal to them.
On the night that we went there there was a group of kids (10-12-years-old) dressed in western attire, and they were dancing to western songs. After the show, they came by with their hats for tips. They really did put on a great show, and they were cute as a button!
Although it took a while to get our food, it was excellent. I had a pizza, my husband ordered a steak, my son ordered a burger, and his friend ordered ribs. The dinners were large (and we saw many patrons leaving with boxes of leftovers). Everyone loved their meal, and we went back a second time because we enjoyed the selection/food so much.
It was a little bit pricier than some of the other restaurants that we visited, but we felt it was well worth it. This was our favorite restuarant in Mazatlan.
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