Austin >Baby Acapulco
A casual Tex-Mex and Mexican eatery relying on Southwest staples and popular margaritas..
The pink-and-green exterior broadcasts the casual nature of this eatery. Several brightly painted dining rooms provide refuge in cooler months, but the patio is where couples, college students and large groups soak up the sunshine and the popular margaritas. Queso compuesto is a hearty mix of guacamole, chunky pico de gallo, seasoned ground beef and cheese. Catfish tacos get a cool kick from cilantro, avocado and tomatoes and are topped off with firm, sweet flan.
dumb waiter.... The first and last time I ate at this location my husband and I were starving and willing to try a new place. Well we waitied for our server for about 10 minutes when he finally did show he looked a little dazed (maybe stoned) but he took our order right away. I finally got my food 30 minutes later but the server forgot to place my husbands order. After we informed him of this he came back with a single enchilada on a plate (20 minutes later) there were no sides no garnish and no utensils. My husband and I were fed up by then and requested to speak to a manager. The manager was a hard eyed , uncaring female dog. She did not give us a discount and never apologized. Please do not patronize this place if you have a choice. Bad neighborhood, stoned waiter, jerky manager.
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