We really expected better from a local place. The waitress Jessel was very accommodating and polite but the food jus wasn't there. By the way, bring your own booze.
Fort Stockton doesn't have much to offer. This little restaurant is simple. It is rough, rough around the edges. But the servers were flying around as fast as they could keeping up with everyone. I thought it interesting that they hand delivered each platter, one...More
Hit Ft Stockton on one of out trips back and forth to San Diego. Drove the streets looking for a place to eat. Saw La Casita but think it is closed. Kind of across the street saw a place with cars parked by it. What...More
We randomly picked this restaurant on a stop during a road trip. I'm such glad we did because the food was very good. The restaurant isn't much to look at, it's a very unassuming place -- but the food is what you come here for....More
What a lovely little spot to have a quick lunch on a road trip! Guacamole was fresh, tacos were freshly fried and appeared a little greasy but were heavenly. My husband had a burger and said it was delicious. Our waitress was a young girl...More
Stopped for a quick lunch. Service was prompt and friendly. Atmosphere is typical of a family restaurant; clean. Meals were prepared in a timely manner; were warm when served, and had good flavor. The chili relleno burrito had a not so fresh tortilla (not terrible...More
A very small restaurant, but we were seated rather quickly. The menu is somewhat limited (not unusual for a small family-run restaurant), but there are plenty of items to satisfy most people. The salsa and chips were excellent, as was our entire meal. Our server,...More