by Starr Popp on
This place was listed on Texas Monthly's top 50 burgers in Texas so I figured I would go check it out. I had the chop house burger with longhorn cheese and apple smoked bacon. I have to say, it was average. I mean it wasn't bad but it wasn't a world beater either. I was good and I would go back but this time with my wife only. I have a family of five with 3 kids and it really wasn't a kid place. I know it's a "sports bar" but they didn't have a kids menu either. So it's a great place for a "date" but not really for a family. Just giving those with kids a heads up. I dug the Parmesan fries. They were pretty dang good. The ambiance was nice and they had plenty of flat screens for you to watch and of lots of different channels. They even had soccer on one screen, it kept my tween daughter entertained as she is a soccer player.I'd go back for sure, just with out the kids. :)
by Maud Bober on
This place was beautiful inside and out, its just too bad the service was not up to par. They made many males pay even though they were on the so-called "guest list." Other than that, the music was great, the place was put together well, and the crowd was rockin. Minus the spendy drinks, the attitude from the staff, this place could be so much more.
by megan w. on
I like to call Medjool the Skank Ho Show. I mean, sure, the food is okay. And lots of people enjoy being abused and neglected by servers, so that's cool. And the sangria is terrible, but at least they have it. I'm a big fan of sangria, because I am a wino and also a lush. But the real reason to go is for the fashion show. There is more Lycra, spandex, rhinestones, stripper shoes (clear plastic platforms, yo), and cleavage here than the Hustler club. (And if you look at it that way, it's pretty inexpensive.) The winner of the Show last time I was at Medjool was a slight girl of the asian persuasion, mid-twenties, pancake makeup, high voice, compulsive photographer (it's okay, you CAN put down the camera and nobody will disappear), giggling, "Omigod! I am SO FADED right now!!" and wearing a form fitting tunic top. And you're probably thinking, "So?? Lots of girls are wearing tunic tops these days." Sure, but most girls are wearing them *over* something. Like jeans. Our winner was just wearing a tunic top. Like, as a dress. You go, girl. Jam out with your clam out.