City Limits is a must for visitors to experience all the charms of this little town. Here, you will get menu options that embrace traditional Texas fare, and to experience the local culture at it's best. This is a place where families, friends, and business associates all come to gather and enjoy the friendly atmosphere. The bar area is lively with television sets broadcasting a variety of local and national sports games. The walls throughout the restaurant highlight local sports heroes, articles of sports achievements, and jerseys of local favorites. There is outdoor seating available, but bring a hat if it's sunny as there is little shade.
My favorite items to order are not even on the menu! Steak quesadillas, and fish tacos! If you see something not on the menu, but they clearly have the ingredients, just ask your server! They are very good about accommodating their customers. I also recommend trying the fried jalapeno skins. They do have a kick, but are not too terribly spicy. I have tried them at other restaurants, but City Limits' version is by far my favorite. Be weary of their "Dan-arita!" It is their own mix of margarita and other liquors. It's very strong, so sip carefully if you choose to try it!
Fuzzy's Tacos is a local chain present throughout the Dallas area. They feature traditional Tex-Mex food. They are somewhere between a fast-food restaurant and casual dining restaurant. You start by ordering your food at the register. After you place your order, choose a seat and wait for your receipt number to be called. Enjoy the casual atmosphere as you eat. Some restaurants have televisions with sports broadcasts.
There are several combination plates where you can choose multiple types of tacos, or mix and match with enchiladas. Their guacamole is flavorful and the chips are seasoned with a chili powder mix that adds a subtle flavor. I recommend the Borracho Beans over the refried beans. I also recommend the pork tacos or a burrito; especially if you are very hungry!