My husband and I have been waiting for this place to open every since we saw the sign go up, but we did not expect just how big this place was going to be. First of all it looks fantastic inside. When we came it was just after five and very busy. We had to wait for just over thirty minutes, but there was so much to do it went by very fast. There are a bunch of vintage fire truck photos around the bar and restaurant area, and one huge mural in the dining area. It looks like it might be Chester Ave way back when. Once you get past the restaurant and the bar there is a huge area with very nice pool tables. I don't know how many but there was a lot of them. There in also a nice size video game area where the kids can win tickets. I didn't count but there were flat screen everywhere and a really big projector screen in the bar. We never made it upstairs so I can't tell you about that but our waiter said it was the VIP area. The diner service was quite slow but the food was really good. My husband had the filet it was very tender and had a great flavor. My steak wrap was out of this world good.
From Business: Based in Bakersfield, Calif., Mexicali is a restaurant that specializes in Mexican cuisine. The restaurant has been operational since 1939, offering a wide range of…
From the entrance to the greetings from staff, I must say I was well impressed. Quickly sat well knowledge staff. I recommend trying the strawberry lemonade first then when it's time for refill get the peach lemonade. We did orDer a half onion straws and it was plenty big. I'm afraid to see a full. Waitress took our order after careful looking at menus we decided to get the tri tip 10oz and beef brisket 10oz. Once food arrived it looked delicious. Tri tip was definitely melt in your mouth and so devine. The beef brisket is so juicy yet tender and the sauce is awesome. Sides of cream coleslaw and sweetpotato fires were perfect with the main dish. I recomend if it's ur first time to look threw the menu and definitely try the beef brisket and tri tip. Will definitely be returning for more.
A menu of Italian and Basque combination's that blend naturally in a downtown basement pub atmosphere. It's close to the food I grew up on so the ordering is easy. When it comes to Italian, we're hard to impress, yet it's become a favorite. For the most part the pasta and meat dishes are superb and the Basque cabbage soup is a bit spicy but then again, I don't do spiced dishes very well. I've had the individual pizza's and a few of their sandwiches for lunch and loved it every time. Nights become a bit of a loud club for the younger crowd and we're usually gone well before then so as for a club, I can't comment. You'll have to try it for yourself