October 31, 2000
Both the large bar and restaurant are very popular. The menu is extensive with many items that you wouldn't think of as being typically Tex-Mex. We've both tried things all over the menu. Separate smaller lunch selections. Very good soups and salads. You CAN actually fill up a teenage boy here! I prefer the smaller meals. We both love the potatoes! The chips are very thin, making them somewhat messy to dip in the sauce that comes immediately to your table. The Margaritas are HUGE and I am told, wonderful. (Top Shelf Margareta in Schooner size, $8.95) Some of the dinners are big enough to feed a family and we've decided the only way to have enough 'room' for dessert is to order it served first. Service is excellent. Furnishings are very nice. Plenty of parking even on busy nights. A wonderful place!
The photo is of Pescado Guerrero, $13.95, red snapper, shrimps, scallops and light white sauce with a side of potatoes. I had to photograph fast as the food soon vanished!
From journal Arlington Texas--The dash Between Fort Worth & Dal