Food is decent, service ok, but the room's lack of sound dampening makes conversation difficult unless you want to yell at each other.....
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Four of us went for dinner on a Monday evening because this was close to our hotel. The man who brought out our chips and salsa was the best part of the meal. He had a great personality and even came back with a boat...More
Went at lunch time on Thursday 12/28. Thought we'd go a little after the lunch crowd but with the holidays, it was very busy. We were pleasantly surprised as we were seated almost immediately. Immediate water/chips/salsa. Waiter was very attentive. There were only 4 of...More
This was our first time at this particular On the Border. We were fortunate to have an outstanding server, which made the meal very enjoyable. The food was very good. My wife's fajitas were hot and tasty, my fish taco and chicken enchilada good. The...More
With the huge number of Mexican restaurants to try we haven't been to On the Border in a while. We enjoyed our return visit. This is one of the best places for queso with big, crisp, hot chips. The salsa is fresh and tomato-y. I...More
Our server was very good but the food was not. The sides of rice and beans are served family style and what a joke. They are bland and cold. The flavor of the beef seems to be someones experiment in flavor torture. Is it Mexican...More
Celebrity chefs would call their soft tacos a wet diaper. First of all, I'm not entirely sure that was ground beef and the chicken was floating in this brown sauce. The brisket tacos came with an ounce of bbq sauce. The brisket wasn't too bad-it...More