Arrived early around 5. Texas rose was salty but the onion under the breading was superb - - sweet as can be! The appetizer was cooked to perfection Ordered Margherita on the rocks, nothing special. Came here with friends and they were impressed with wait staff. Very attentive to all needs.
Demonico and ribeye were excellent. The bacon wrapped filet was thin and tough on the perimeter but tender on the inside. Overall, a good experience.
I stop in here for take out wings nearly every weekend May through September. Occasionally, I eat in. The place is clean and the staff is friendly enough. This place used to be called Chicken & Things, and then the name changed to 528 last year. I thought I would never again find another restaurant that served really good wings, but then I learned that the place did not change ownership and they used the same recipes. I always order Cajon dry rub. Very good wings at a great price (10 for $8).
I had "The Blu" which was a little salty but that could have been the cheese. You get a side choice. I chose waffle fries. They were sprinkled with a dry flavor, not bad. Portion was too much for me but for a guy maybe not. Wait service is friendly and attentive. Clean relaxing sports bar. They will provide you a to go cup for your soft beverage.
Had breakfast here for the first time. Ordered vegetable omelet with ham and grits on the side. Egg was a little overcooked. Otherwise, the breakfast was perfect. Really good service and the coffee flowed.
Waitstaff was excellent. Knew the menu well and was able to offer substitutes.
I especially liked seeing the ten commandments on the wall behind the register. Don't see that up north in PC country.
This is one of the few Mexican restaurants that has really good food and a few unique menu items. I ordered carnitas but did not want the rice or tortillas--high glycemic. The carnitas were salty but the rest of the plate was perfect for me. Garnish was spicy, pork was soooo tender, and the beans are the right consistency.
The wait staff is friendly enough. Never had an incident. They were Johnny on the spot.
This is an affordable diner for breakfast. Nothing special; just standard American breakfast. If your looking for better, cook it yourself or be willing to spend more.
This place is not the cleanest, but the booths and seating are new, the facilities are decent, and the wait staff are friendly.
I only come on the weekends. Nevertheless, the parking lot is usually full. The dining room is usually mostly full, and the meal is satisfying.
Lots of seating indoor and out. Cool music. Sports TV. Really cool servers.
This is my fourth time here. The first time I ordered a beat up burger. The second time I ordered a beat up burger. That's right. It was that good! Third time was a wrap which was also really good. I'm having another wrap today.
The people here are really kind and attentive. It seems this business is here to stay.
I come here every Sunday for pasta. The dinners are generous enough to split with a dinner partner or to take home for another dinner. I split mine with my husband and order a second salad. For what you get, we are always satisfied.
I presume the ingredients are good based on what's on the table: fresh cheese, mild hot peppers, sea salt, real cream, Colavita balsamic vinegar. Extra virgin olive oil. It's all good; is all good including extra napkins.
The food here is just like home. Love it.
I enjoyed the naked burrito, which is basically a "build it yourself"burrito in a dish, a large dish. Mine started out with cilantro rice chorizo and grilled chicken. This was the first time ever that a restaurant offered cabbage instead of lettuce. Loved it. I also selected three or four sides but they have a large selection from which to choose. I went for mild. The Jarritos lime soda to wash it down was tasty too. My meal was huge for me and only cost $6.00 greenbacks and some change.
This is a must tour before you grow too old to experience it. Balancing on a segway takes a little experience before you can really enjoy it but then you just want to take off and not stop. We toured the theater and old hotel across the street where some of the more famous actors stayed during their performances. We stopped at the old church across from city hall and learned that the cross atop the old section of the structure is the center of San Antonio. This was the first of two stops we made where we got off and stretched. Then we took the river walk to King William district to tour the beautiful old Germann homes that were built in the 1800s. After another stretch of the legs, we ended the tour at the Alamo. It was worth the cost for the experience of being on a segway. If you decide to do it the experience will no doubt be with you a long time. Our tour guide, Morgan, took a lot of pictures along the way that the company posts to their facebook page so you can enjoy the photos online.