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Cactus Cantina
5258 N Chadbourne St
San Angelo, TX 76903
Tom Green County
Phone: (325) 658-7611
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by Mommy D. on
Another Bday celebration spot, it was so busy we got 11:45 p.m reservations. I was still excited to go... We arrived had drinks at the bar which were very good. We ordered our food it was delicious. The server bought us out a special designed bday dessert and it was YUMMIE! Love this place a must atleast once....
by Will H. on
Overall, this I would say is in my top 3 favorite aquariums of all the ones I've seen... I'll break my review out into three parts. ***************** Facilities & Staff ***************** I agree with Bob P... I also overheard staff complaining about work... I realize it was a sunday and it was crazy busy, but that definitely doesnt reflect well.  Also I think with being in the coke capital of the world I wouldnt have to pay $3 for a 20oz bottle... that was a bit rediculous.  Definately be ready to spend some money or plan ahead with your snacks. ***************** Information & Education ***************** As a first time visitor the initial experience was very overwhelming and there was very little information about suggestions on where to start first or where to begin.  I almost walked into the "exit shop" as my first adventure...  I also felt compared to other aquariums and zoos I have visited there seemed to be limited information provided nor as many interactive learning activities... just thought this part could be better.  I did like the laminated photo cards for the ocean voyager gallery. ***************** Aquarium & Animals ***************** Overally the aquariums and selection of fish and sharks and mammals were incredible... I have to break it out by gallery... Tropical Diver Gallery:  I was blown away by the main large tropical fish tank in the "Tropical Diver" displays... so many things to look at and see... just incredible.  This tank alone made it worth the $27... I sat here for a long time. Georgia Explorer Gallery:  I almost skipped over this since it looked to be only a kids play area.  There were some very interesting displays in here about the Lionfish Invasion of the East Coast (I had no idea...) and the super awesome sea turtle!  If you like to touch and interact with rays and shrimp and starfish and the like, you need to check this out, its not just for kids. River Scout Gallery:  I moved fairly quickly through here but I do have to say the overhead river is very cool and really does let you see many of the fish of the american rivers where they usually hide, at the bottom. Cold Water Quest Gallery:  The Kelp tank was a bit anti-climatic for someone who has seen the massive kelp tank at monterray bay aquarium in california but it was very much made up for with the beluga tank and the penguin face to face encounter... honestly that was one of the coolest things I have done.  In the Penguin encounter, you get to climb under their habitat and stick you head up in a clear dome right in the middle, they will stare at you and play "follow my finger" for hours with as many visitors that can jam through the tunnels (you do have to crawl in a tightish space). Ocean Voyager Gallery:  All I have to say is... wow... wow... whale shark wow... there are really no words to describe the imensity and the awesomeness of this tank... 100s of photos don't begin to do it justice... this is one of those things you just need to see... ******************** Random Note ******************** What is up with the really cheesy Deepo who kinda looks like Nemo... I dont know which came first but it definitely made me roll my eyes... Overall, if you are within 500mi of this place you need to take the 3hrs and check it out... it is worth it...
by Bart Koroma on
I think I found my new hang out. So far, I love Fais Do Do! My friend and I decided to check it out yesterday night for the Vaude and the Villains performance. They blew us away!! Okay, given, we have not been to many swing/ blues/ soul/ folk/ etc. performances in the past - HOWEVER, they were still amazing. The two man band before them were not bad either! I loved how the performers yesterday exhibited such good nature and humor. That seems to be the feel of most of the staff who work there as well. Everyone is so nice, and welcoming. I'm somewhat of a reserved person, and as such have a hard time feeling getting comfortable in a new environment. However, it's real easy to here. The bartenders working last night were so kind. Whenever I visit a new place + get excited, I am overwhelmed and become very disoriented. I would end up ordering drinks without realizing I'd have to pay later (I mean it when I become disoriented haha), and when I bought water I had to pay partially in coins. But the guy was so patient, and even brought us some watermelons to our table without asking - and a free maui shot. I'm gonna have to bring a little extra cash to tip him the right amount next time. When we got there, we were out by the sidewalk waiting for the "main" door to open. However, we were later informed that the door on the side of the building was the real entrance that night. Keep that in mind so you won't have to stand outside waiting. They provide parking, but you have to pay. I think it was 5 dollars, I'm not sure as my friend and I were able to find street parking. Yesterday, they served free gumbo with corn bread. Delicious :d   and free!! I had a great time, and will definitely be going back.
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