It's all about the food.
we used to get them at El Torero on 24th? off South 4th.
Have you ever had the fry bread at San Xavier? Served most Sundays, I believe.
Adam, are you back in town?
A couple of notes from the writer
One, Toby Keith really doesn't own the place. He lends his name for some fee but this is not his place.
Two, Dan said: Ninety- nine percent of the places we review are local. But often when we review the local mom and pop places, people give us grief for it. People love to bitch.
Three, I love local places but to make such a general description is a bit misleading. Many rely on pre made ingredients, many have no concept of fresh and any number of them don't really care. I ate at a local joint just the other day that claims to use quality stuff and have passion but what we had didn't come close to good. We had to go to another restaurant after because the food was so bad.
Four, Chains generally suck from top to bottom, but that's why Toby Keith's was so surprising. I liked the food! So sue me.
Finally, thank you BurnieMack for all the love.
Hey, you can actually vote for this sandwich. Let's see if we can beat those big city cheesers.
And we let these people vote.
Many years ago it was a restaurant rum by the folks at a local ashram. It was also a Bavarian restaurant. And I think a pizza parlor.
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