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You may not want to return to the scene of the crime that involved a bucket's worth of Coronas and one too many rides on a mechanical bull, but if you can brave it, you'll be rewarded with a standout weekend brunch of Mexican fare that far surpasses the basic huevos rancheros. Try a plateful of salsa-covered scrambled eggs atop grilled corn masa and spicy Mexican home fries. Or the Sopes Distrito Federal or Pambazos Poblanos sandwich made with Puebla classic bread, scrambled eggs, chorizo, poblano salsa, refried beans, lettuce, and cheese. Brunch isn't the only time of the day worthy of a visit -- lunch, happy hour, dinner, and late-night snack time are perfectly acceptable options.
Truly awful with lousy service, stale nacho chips-which the server said are only made once a day. Things are way overpriced, portions small, waiters and managers have a bad attitude and since the restaurants has very few customers they cut costs by turning down the A/C to the point that the restaurants was steaming on a 95 degree day.
To add insult to injury the restaurant whacks you with a 18% automatic gratuity. So there is zero interest for the waiters to give you good service, and it shows. Finally, you get whacked with the 18% gratuity even if you're a single diner. Apparently it is stuck in legalese, fine print, on the menu. If you want real Mexican food go to La Bamba if you want lousy service and imitation Mexican food, with a place that can barely afford their A/C bill and sticks you with an 18% gratuity no matter what size your group is Tequila Ranch is for you!
On weekends, after the dinner crowd goes home to sleep off the food coma, Tequila Ranch gets clubby. The tables are pushed away, and the dance floor emerges. It wraps around Tequila Ranch's most popular attraction, the mechanical bull. And there... More »
A lot of people congregate at Tequila Ranch, the massive Mexican restaurant at Seminole Paradise, but they're not flocking there for the guacamole and chips. TR is so relentlessly crowded — no, they don't take reservations; yes, they hand you a... More »
In the real rodeo, the bull tries to throw its cowboy. The mechanical bull at Tequila Ranch invites another kind of adversary: young women, provocatively dressed. And the mechanical bull is more about finesse than brute force. It doesn't buck so much as gyrate. And shimmy. Doing it, sometimes, in sync with a 50 Cent ditty. This brings prurient thrills to the mostly male gallery, which roars lustily at the bull's dogged efforts to dislodge a titty from a stubborn blouse. Or how the bull can... More »
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