Chuy’s!

I love to eat, but nothing is as comforting as Mexican food!  Chuy’s was a great experience: fun, upbeat, delicious, and the service was exceptional.  In the beginning, we stuffed our faces with chips, salsa, and a cheese dip.  Since it was our first time, the server brought us a dip that tasted similar to ranch… with all three flavors, we quickly went through baskets of tortilla chips and different flavor combinations.

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Legit.

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Clockwise from top: Salsa, cheese dip, unknown ranch dip for free

A friend and I split the fajita’s for two, and it was awesome!  The meat was tender and veggies were flavorful.  It was nothing to write home to, but everything was tasting great!  I would definitely get fajitas again.  Also, the flour tortillas are made in-house daily.  In fact, you can see people making them when being seated to your table.

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My mouth is watering just typing this post. Just saying.

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Seriously, is this real life?

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The entry way. This place has a fun vibe.

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I went to Abuelo’s and got the fajitas… again!

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Second time around and still legit.

I love Abuelo’s Mexican restaurant.  The fajitas are always good and I love that lettuce is an option instead of flour or corn tortillas!  As a side, I got the spinach casserole and steamed veggies.  This was the first time getting the spinach casserole and it was similar to a spinach and artichoke dip; it was wontacular!

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Dressing up the fajita was never this fun!

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Is this real life?!

Fajitas!

Fajitas!

It was my friend Amy’s birthday and we celebrated at her favorite restaurant, El Maguey. I haven’t tried many menu items because I can’t get over the chicken fajitas. Although not pictured, the fajitas come with pico, lettuce, guac, sour cream, refried beans, and rice. Delish!

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What’s up, free chips and salsa?!

Abuelo’s!

Abuelo's!

Tonight after work I was able to meet my friend, Abbey for dinner and a movie! We decided to go to the Mexican restaurant, Abuelos. It was delish! I ordered the chicken and shrimp fajitas. Compared with other Mexican restaurants, Abuelos does some things differently: along with the traditional green peppers and onions, there are other veggies such as broccoli, carrots, and squash mixed in. They also offer romaine lettuce leaves along with the corn and flour tortillas. How awesome is that? Abuelos was a luscious delicious score!

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