Great drinks, but that's about it. Overpriced for bad food, even worse service. Had to flag someone down to seat us in an uncrowded restaurant. Chips were nasty, stale, cold, tiny fragments. Seafood smelled old and the current state of my stomach tells me I'm going to pay for ordering it. Husband's vegetarian meal had pork in it. Mediocre, small portions are hidden under an overabundance of rich creamy sauce. I've had better food at some of the crappy, family chain restaurants around town and for half the price. If you're looking for Mexican food in the Arboretum, Z-Tejas is worth the wait. I've been to three Iron Cactus locations a total of four times and I've had good service once. Again, great drinks, but avoid the food.
we had happy hour at the iron cactus and it was great. for families with small kids, the patio area is great. kids can run around in the square in front of the restaurant. amy's ice cream is also next door.
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