Wasn't too thrilled with the food. Been spoiled with authentic homemade Mexican food. There are also small venues in town that have good food. Miss my horchata.
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We often go to On the Border for Friday dinner. They have recently renovated the restaurant which is nice. Food was excellent but service was very slow. Not what we have received previously. Hope this is temporary because it is sad to see an otherwise...More
This visit to OTB was a last chance as they had failed miserably twice previously, but I will no dwell on the negative here as this time, they redeemed themselves. From service to food quality, all was quite exceptional. My wife's order of enchiladas was...More
Our entrees were good, but the chips tasted stale and dry. The OTB I buy from the grocery are way better, which was a major disappointment.Lunch portions are reasonable but service was slow after our food came out.
We had a call in order for quesadillas and when i got there they were ready on the counter. The food was good with all the trimmings.
If you eat here, ask for Aaron (may not be spelled right) to be your server. He is great, service was great. The drinks were wonderful and I had a burrito that was fantastic.
Went there for a mid afternoon lunch. We planned that as to miss the lunch crowd. We sat out on the patio. Service was super slow, the place was not crowed, we were 1 of 6 tables occupied. It took a long time to get...More
Was there 10 minutes before we were acknowledged, 15 before we got in a drink order, 30 before we could beg someone for drinks and put in a food order, an hour before we could track down a manager. She said she'd find out where...More
Our visit to OTB was a Saturday evening. It was not busy at all. Our waitress took our order and the food arrived unbelievably fast. The order was correct and very quick. The food was good. During our meal our waitress never came by to...More