I don't see how this place is gonna last. I know some people who think it's a cool concept, but I just don't see it doing well.
Well another thing is I think the place would be 10x more successful if it were anywhere other than Perkins Rowe. On paper, having a place in a shopping center like that seems like a good idea, but the reality is that with traffic and parking and everything else, people don't go there with the sole purpose of visiting a restaurant. Other than the all-you-can-gorge meat factory there, I only ever hear of people going to those restaurants when they;re already in Perkins Rowe for whatever reason.
I hate to see a local joint that obviously had a lot of time and money put into it fail.. but it just didn't strike very positively when I went. Some of the issues were because it just opened (bringing another table's food to me, forgetting items, food taking a while, etc.) .. but other stuff was just not well thought out.
Otis, I see your post and whatever.. but I don't pay $10 for nachos with velveeta. I can make that for $4 at home and have 3/4 block of velveeta leftover
I can go to any Tex Mex place and get real cheese on my nachos. Why would I go get Velveeta elsewhere? Only places I know that serve Velveeta for money is Fox and the Hound and Mugshots.
I hear the margaritas are great if that means anything. I didn't get one because I had shite to do and it was 2pm, but I hear they're good.