Eat at Joe's

Posted on May 6th, 2009

I dropped by legendary Joe T. Garcia's Mexican restaurant for lunch last week while motoring around the Metroplex for work. This Fort Worth stalwart is worthy of its many accolades, so be sure to experience a meal here if you're in the area.
What stands out at Joe T's are the little details that enhance the food un poco mas than other Tex-Mex restaurants. The warm, freshly made corn tortillas instantly melt a swath of butter; the beef taco features a rich seasoning encased in a crunchy tortilla conjoined at the top with a curly flair; and the enchilada is oozing with smooth, gooey cheese accompanied by a light tomato-based sauce. It's affordable, too -- most dishes are in the $6 range.

Important to note: if you have kids in tow, arrive early to avoid the lines at noon and 6 p.m. Also, Joe T's is one of the few establishments left in the Western Hemisphere that doesn't take credit cards, so bring cash or plan to pay the hefty "convenience" fees at the restaurant's ATM.

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