Friendly servers but other than that we really weren't impressed with the food. Having lived back east we had great dogs and deli food. Want a really great hot dog? Try a simple Sabrret, Coney Island or Nathan's dog with just a few of the standard toppings. This way you'll actually be able to taste the product. Jalapenos, pickles, mayo... Forget it!
In any case, I wish the business well. However, even with the new on/off ramp now being open the location is unlikely to draw lots of patrons. Let's hope their lease is reasonable. As a former business owner, I know all too well how many hands, (taxes, worker's comp., electric bill, etc..), are in your pocket every month. It's tuff making it.
I agree with the previous review. Dinner prime rib has been very dissapointing, to the point of almost inedible one time. The wait staff for the most part is very upbeat and courteous, however, the last time we were there for dinner (last fall), my father (70's), asked for prime rib, medium well. It came out medium rare, and the server argued that the piece was medium well, and to deal with it. Needless to say, that ruined our entire evening. My prime rib was so full of grissle that I ate between the lines (literally), and not once did anyone come check on us, until it was check time. We did try to explain (twice, once to waitstaff, and once on the way out to the manager, who was non-existant throughout the entire night), why we left entire meals, but nobody seemed concerned, just explained that they were busy that night....(OK??). IMHO it's gone way downhill, and we won't be back. Too many other places that serve a good steak in town to bother with figuring out if that night's dinner will be acceptable or not or if the wait staff will be courteous or not. (FYI: my father said it would need to be the last place in Tucson before he ever goes back). Now the other items on the menu other than red meat seem to look very good and the appetizers are pretty good. If anyone has a good experience with their steaks/prime rib, and it seems to be coming back to what it used to be, I'd like to hear them, only then will I consider it to be of the same quality as other restaurants in the area...C'mon we're talking La Encantada here....
Just came back from eating breakfast here this morning. I suppose it was better than Denny's but that's not saying a whole lot. Anyhow. I took a chance on the biscuits with white gravy. Verdict? Very, very bland gravy over soggy, under cooked biscuits. Unfortunately these greasy spoons are starting to pop up all over filling up otherwise good real estate space. Yeah! Tucson needs more Jerry Bob's like it needs more subpar Mexican restaurants, pawn shops, pay day cash advance stores, smoke shops, and graffiti riddled neighborhoods, right?
So I ask. With restaurants like Jerry Bob's popping up all over, is this a testament that Tucsonians are content with eating at second and third rate restaurants?
They basically serve truck stop food. Actually it's not all that bad, unless you care about eating healthy that is. A heap of food for not too much. Works for some I suppose.
Excellent place to meet really obese people. But the food? Not so good.
Total rip-off. Had been there a few times. Each time I was disappointed, which makes you wonder why I came back after my first rip-off experience there. The last time I went (which will remain the last time) I ordered a burger with curly fries. The burger was alright, however the curly fries tasted stale and microwaved. I didn't bother saying anything to the waitress considering she didn't cook the food. However, she was friendly. But that won't make up for the crap food they serve.
I don't mean to be rude but we saw Shell Shock and found them to be rather boring. We left after the first set. It was a long drive for us to be let down. By the way, we love classic rock when it's done well. Sorry.
Their slogan should read, "Denny's, It doesn't getting any worse than this."
Don't go to Denny's. Support local diners like Chaffins on broadway and euclid doing the same thing - way better.
I like this place for watching sports events, and the food isn't bad... The advice I'd give however, is to make sure you check what they bill to your credit card.. Twice now the amount that they tried to charge to my credit card was higher than the amount of my total bill, including the tax... The first time, when I asked where the extra few dollars came from after they brought me the charge slip to sign, I was told that there was a several dollar extra charge that didn't appear on my bill, because I asked for ice in my drink... I'm not kidding... On the second occasion when they overcharged me, when I asked why my credit card charge was about five dollars higher than my total bill with tax, I was told that they accidentally billed me for someone else's bill... Once I can shrug off, but twice makes me raise an eyebrow.. So although this may have been an innocent error, make sure that what Native New Yorker in Marana charges to your credit card matches your bill, before you sign the charge slip.
One of the reasons my friends and I frequented del Lago, is the General Manager was always so friendly and would take the time to visit with us and ensure our experience was pleasurable. Fortunately, he was able to replace the woman supervisor with a more pleasant woman, who like him, ensures a nice experience. However, since he is no longer there, I will no longer go back. I understand the "owner" from Chigago decided to "make a change". Typical old man from Chicago with an ego. I am sure he is used to rude, business only, save a penny type of business. Here's a word of advice for him. Stay in Chicago. People here in Vail AZ appreciate a manager like Jim, and we will follow him to where he ends up. For now, we will frequent Montogomery's before coming back to del Lago. Nice job old man. And I can say that, as I too am a senior citizen.
Love this place! Tucson needed a little more soul! Great Food, Great Look, Great Concept. I would recommend it to everyone!
Too expensive, passable food, chain joint, syrupy service (how many times must you ask me if everything is OK?) not again.
The Chili's location at Stone & River has closed.
The location on Arizona Pavilions Dr is on the NW side of Tucson, and the one on Broadway would be on the East side. Please update the locator shown above.
Horrible service, mediocre food - add a minimum 30 minute wait and this is what you can expect from Blue Willow. They have some good dishes: the chicken tortilla sour cream bake, fruit crepes, and quiche. But, none of their food is worth the wait or the glares you'll catch from their hipster hostesses and waiters. Do yourself a favor, go down the street to Los Alazones and pay $5 less for a superior burrito!
The Loop filed for bankruptcy this week.
"Proud to serve" and "RC cola" should never be used in the same sentence, unless you're into sarcasm. Overpriced, and very average.
Consistently the best breakfast I have had in Tucson. Good quality and huge portions.
Which location you go to makes a huge difference. The one on Valencia by the airport is by far the best!
Fabulous! And fun for the whole family. Burgers, dogs, sandwiches, best fries ever. I've ended up here even when I'm not exactly around the corner. It's one of those places you'll return to again and again. Prices are reasonable and portions are generous.
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