It was a Sunday night and we had just finished up a session of Hip Hop Abs so we headed down to Chuy's in Midtown for some Mexican food. The decor and music were louder than hell. It sounded like a dance party at Belk.
Chacho got an infrared laser thermometer for Christmas, so we measured everything, starting with the valet stand outside. The salsa wasn't great, but it's edible so long as you like it to be the same temperature as a valet stand in January.
Place your order, pop in an earbud, and turn on the live version of "The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" by Traffic. Your food will arrive just as Nashville resident, Steve Winwood, hits his last note.
- The salsa and valet stand were both 48° F.
- Tex-Mex Fajitas for One: 400° F
- In 1998 Juvenile had a record called 400 Degreez. It went platinum four times and featured the hit single "Back That Azz Up."
- Guacamole: 57° F
- Margarita: 29° F
- You can't just snap your fingers and solve every problem. You gotta get your hands dirty.
Mexican food the way Vanderbilt undergrads like it
If you like this, there's more inside
The men's baño. Note the changing table. The floor tile here was also on the exterior of El Torero.
Chacho demanded they give us a booth
Nacho was fond of this tile at the entrance
The creamy jalapeño sauce was disgusting. You'll love it if you like to dip your enchiladas into Hidden Valley Ranch.
Add a floater for only $2 USD
Chacho was struck by the Jewish prayer
One time Chacho tried to order hummus at a pizza restaurant
Kinda looks like the Mexican flag?
Live version of "The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" by Traffic
What is going down on this episode of "Walker Texas Ranger?"