Saginaw (frequently known as Eagle Mountain-Saginaw) is a small city in Tarrant County, Texas, United States, and an Inner suburb of Fort Worth. The population was 19,806 at the 2010 United States Census. Saginaw, Texas is a Home rule municipality.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Kids like all pizza. As Grandparents we would rate this about 8 out of 10 at the highest. Good food, fills you up but not OUTSTANDING. Others better in the area. Nice people, good service. Small place. Don't avoid it
4 based on 64 reviews
The food is good. They have great BBQ sliced beef, Turkey, etc. Their baked potatoes, peach cobbler, etc. are all yummy. The inside of the restaurant is basically half bar and half restaurant. I wish the restaurant part was more family friendly. It can sometimes get smoky in the restaurant part even though the smoke from the smokers is supposed to be carried out by the exhaust fans in the bar area. A better divided area for smokers/bar folks and the families would be nice. They do have a drive through if you want to pick up meat by the pound, hamburger buns for sandwiches, and desserts. We like to eat here since the food is so good.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Enjoyed the Hobo scramble for breakfast. It is always good to find a place that people are coming back to; it was filled with regulars. Recommend JR's!
4 based on 18 reviews
$7 taco special is a good deal. The chicken is a good kind of spicy. The rice and black beans were excellent. They have a different kind of soda that I think my little guy would like. Nice upbeat music too. I had a little trouble finding it - it is near the intersection of 35W and Blue Mound road between QT & Chicken Express.
4 based on 21 reviews
My wife and I went there when we first moved to the area. We came from a city that had dozens of small authentic Mexican food restaurants. We liked Pulidos and the staff was friendly and service average. There were several wait staff people and one young man waited on our table and the table next to us. It was not busy. The three female wait staff were engaged in a rather spirited an loud exchange complete with fits of laughter. It was a bit distracting. But the food was good and we ate and left quickly thereafter. Might try it again in the future. Have found a couple of better ones not quite as close to our house
4 based on 27 reviews
My favorite Chinese restaurant in Saginaw closed. I went to the "other" Chinese restaurant today. China flag. The food was really, really bad. I love fried rice and their fried rice was sticky and pretty tasteless. The egg drop soup was very thick and looked like uncooked egg white. UCK! And it had a flavor that I was not familiar with. The Beef was chewy and pretty tasteless. The pepper chicken was soggy and not very nice to eat. It was "gummy". When I asked the server for my check, she brought my check and a fortune cooke. Guess what? There was not a foutune in the cookie!
I took one of everyth9ing i had chosen and tried it. After I got through with one bite of each of the different selections and spitting out a couple of them, I asked for my check and left. That experiance cost me almost $11.00. I will not go back.
I cannot recommend this restruant for good Chinese food. It was horrible.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Stopped by after they were open only a few days. Found out they are closed Sundays. They were receiving very good reviews on Nextdoor. They had many choices, some standard and a few new creations such as Trash Can (Vanilla with 7 different kinds of candy bars and ground peanuts). The blueberry cheesecake was very rich and had a great flavor to it.
The owners were very friendly and seemed genuinely appreciative to have us there.
This is in the strip center in the southern facing corner next to Mr. Jim's Pizza.
It was $12 for four single cups.
4 based on 12 reviews
Good clean restaurant with friendly staff. Great variety. good service, good food, an area favorite. I stop there periodically and have other choices. I have heard no one say anything negative about their going there.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This place has been open a short time. Their hamburgers are good. Found out tonight they have a breakfast buffet. They say they have homemade biscuits. Will have to check out Saturday morning
4.5 based on 438 reviews
After visiting the Ft. Worth Stock Show you must go to the Stock Yards, walk around, buy some clothing at the many boots & clothing stores, then relax and eat at "The Lonesome Dove Western Bistro. You can't get better food than this restaurant on Main St. Ft. Worth.
We've never had a bad meal there. Begin with the Lobster Hushpuppies! Everything else is top notch. Go and enjoy the western scene even if you don't own a pair of cowboy boots!
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