Located on the water in Shoreline Village, this restaurant prides itself on having an impressive variety of tequilathe list talks of 125 different ... More
Located on the water in Shoreline Village, this restaurant prides itself on having an impressive variety of tequilathe list talks of 125 different types! In addition to that, regulars come for the $1 Taco Special on Tuesdays from 4p to 9p and the Thursday taco bar. Also try the nachos, carne asada , swordfish, veggie burritos, flautas, babyback ribs and grilled salmon. The traditional desserts are good as well churros, sopapillas and Mexican flan.
Thanks God they got bought out in July. The former food was horrendous, but the new owners have brought top notch steaks, BBQ, Mex food, and extremely potent drinks.
I ate there last year and the food tasted like wooden rice cakes. Not anymore!
july 15th, 2007
I've been eating here for years. The food isn't the best, but the outdoor patio made for a perfect happy hour place in summer. Well no more. Tequila Jack's formerly owned by the same people who own the Yard House, is now under new ownership. The new owners have removed the chip and salsa bar under the excuse the the health dept mandated it. Staff says it isn't so. They have also replaced the salsa with some god awful red liquid the maneger on duty said was salsa. After I complained, he brought some better stuff for me from the kithen. I spoke with several of the staff, and all were unhappy with the direction the new owners are taking. They said bussiness was really bad. They told me the owners have strict rules about telling people the health dept made them take the salsa bar out, and only to bring that red liquid they call salsa out. The few waiters i spoke with seemed really unhappy. When I was there, they were out of langostino and refried beans. Now, how does a Mexican restraunt run out of beans? I will never visit this place again.
I was surprised by previous positive reviews. I went here the other day and the food was really not good. I don't know if people are not used to good mexican food in long beach, but the things at this restuarant tasted like cardboard. My boyfriend and I ordered many ala cart items and all of them were unremarkable, if not inedible. Stay away... I heard Mariposa is better.
Tequila Jack's is my favorite meeting place. It's located in a cozy atmosphere on the shoreline of Long Beach. It has hundreds of different types of tequila, from the common to the very expensive. Also, the food is really good. It's not just a 'watering hole'...but a nice place to socialize.
Good food, good service, sit on the deck and look at the boat dock and watch the sunset! Clean resturant and we really enjoy ourselves everytime we go! Nice to enjoy a early dinner or lunch in the warm weather! Don't forget to have a Margarita!
The food is like most Mexican food--plentiful and good. If you like fresh salsa, this is the place. Many different varieties, or you can make your own. Their tortilla chips could use a little work, though. They are a little too heavy and oily.
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