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Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen

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3020 W Expressway 83, Mcallen, TX 78501

(956) 686-6766

Today: 10:30 am - 12:00 am
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Goodness. From scratch.

General Info
Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen serves made-from-scratch goodness: Quality ingredients, prepared fresh in our kitchen. It’s the right way, not the easy way. Because it tastes better that way
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Fri - Sat:
American Restaurants, Restaurants
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Cuisines: American


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Jackson M.


I love Cheddars

I've never actually dined in. I've placed multiple large orders to go and they do everything correctly no matter how busy they are. The Chicken Pot Pie is my go to item on the menu and the bar staff are very friendly and polite.



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Best drinks in a restaurant!

I went here two weeks ago. The place wasn't that packed, since it was around 9PM on a Friday night; I thought there would be more people.

First of all the food there is very affordable! However, I guess you get what you pay for. I had the chicken pot pie and it tasted like something I'd microwave. My friends burger didn't look all that great either. Looking around a lot of the food looks like microwavable food.

The best part to this restaurant is the drink menu!! They have some of the best and cheapest drinks I've ever seen at a restaurant. I highly recommend their signature drink, I think it was called Painkiller? Very, very impressed by that drink and their Texas Tea one as well.

Overall: family friendly, amazing drinks if you want to have a few rounds with friends, the food isn't amazing but it's eatable.