So if you are in the "metropolis" of White Bluff, and it's past 8 pm, there are pretty much two places to go eat. Here and McDonald's. So that's not pretty much two places, it is two places. Thank goodness this one has margaritas. I've visited here three different times, I am originally from this county and have friends that live nearby. It's not fancy, just a good, basic Mexican joint that offers up chips and salsa as soon as you walk in and cheap margaritas that are perhaps a tad too green... but you don't question it. Is anyone ever a "gourmand" when it comes to Mexican places in Tennessee? I don't think so. You can pay $9 for fajitas, and they are not relevantly different from $12 fajitas, or $14 fajitas, etc. Kitsch, absolutely. They have a nice open patio where sometimes when I've been there had live music, not sure if it was intentional or a patron who embibed and decided to start up a song or two. No matter. Service, well, it's OK. Do they speak English? Sorta. Are they in a hurry? Probably not. If you arrive at 8:45 pm like my friend and I did on this last visit they might be trying to close. They'll serve you, but start stacking up the other patio chairs as you are drinking and chatting after you eat. The food is good, and when in Rome, you better head here because your other choices, well choice, is not really an option.
Best quesadilla ever! I had the fajita quesadilla, good chips & salsa not best ever, and fulfilled a random churro craving while adventuring in the middle of nowhere. I'd eat here again but note the restroom and seating area what not the cleanest I've seen. Worth the stop!!!
Cheap and fast, so you get what you pay for. Staff is kind. Not too many options in this area .
Gross! We could hear the microwave being used as our food was being prepared. Not a good sign. Then I found a gray hair in my pulled pork BBQ (I'm a brunette, so it wasn't mine!). The potato salad tasted like it came from a plastic tub from Sam's. The barbecue sauce just tasted like ketchup thinned with vinegar. Blech. This was the worst barbecue experience I've had in/around Nashville.