I had limited time and Uncle Julio's fit the bill just fine. Pleasant waitstaff and well seasoned Mexican. I would definitely return.
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Great food and the chocolate pinata for desert is a fantastic way to end the meal. It is a milk chocolate globe stuffed with fruit and other goodies. A great way to celebrate a child's birthday or other special event
This is one of my favorite restaurants for Tex-Mex when I'm in Texas. The salsa is made from vegetables that they grill to give it a nice, savory flavor. The fajitas are fantastic. All of the food is fresh. The order was to-go and they...More
We are long time fans of Abuelos (close to 25 years) and are quite demanding as far as Mexican restaurants are concerned. Uncle Julios can definitely give Abuelos a run for its money (but be prepared to pay for it - mid range not a...More
Dined early on Cinco de Mayo because we were expecting a busy restaurant on this holiday. Yes, it was very busy but service, timing of food, quality of food, drinks and atmosphere were terrific. We were not rushed during our meal. Our server explained the...More
Order the Jalisco fajitas (steak and shrimp) and you won't be disappointed. Been to many Mexican restaurants and this one tops them all. Chips and salsa are fresh and good. Service is excellent and the drink selections are in abundance. You can't go wrong here.
Laughter and fun are the order of the day here. Food is not the absolute best Mexican I've ever eaten, but it's tasty and abundant. If you are celebrating be sure to order the Chocolate Pinata. It's kind of pricey and plenty for 4+ people.
The food here is average mexican food. There is nothing that makes this restaurant stand out from other Mexican restaurants.
Uncle Julios came to prominence during the administration of Bush 43 as it was rumored to be one of his favorite restaurants. The chain has continued to expand and thrive over the decades since. The prices are not the value they once were and the...More