San Benito is a city in Cameron County, Texas, United States. The population was 24,250 at the 2010 census. On April 3, 2007, San Benito celebrated the 100th anniversary of its naming.
Things to do in San Benito
4.5 based on 256 reviews
I've tried several pizza places and I can say this is my go-to when family visit. The pizza is so delicious and very reasonable prices. Normally I carry out but they do have plenty of tables for dining in.
4.5 based on 175 reviews
Stopped in on a Saturday night around 5:30. It was busy and we were seated after about 15 minutes. Everyone was friendly and our orders were taken in a short amount of time. The bean soup came first and it was hot and oh so good. I ordered a half rack of ribs and they were very meaty and fall off the bone tender. Everyone really enjoyed their meals. If you’re in the area you have to try this place.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
My kids and myself stopped in San Benito in our way to Brownsville. DQ looked clean and even though looked packed we decided to give it a try.
Great customer service. Waiters were courteous and the orders were served pretty fast.
We are not DQ regulars but we were hungry and we were not disappointed. Food was very good and loved the music.
If we are in the area, we will definitely again.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Wonderful bakery, they have served our weekly donuts and rolls to residents of Fun N Sun RV Resort. Very, very friendly staff.
4.5 based on 311 reviews
Food and drinks and service were very good but noise level too high for a conversation at our table.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
In January of 2010, The Pizzeria opened its doors following a mission: to work hard, and serve the best pizza in the Rio Grande Valley, bringing a unique flavor and delight to our customers. The idea comes up when brothers Alex, Omar and Emmanuel Formacio, after a night of good ol' wine and good pizza, decide that the RGV needs awesome pizza. After that night, Chef Alex decides to move from the New York area to the RGV near his brothers and family. After a whole year and a half of planning, with little money but a lot of heart, the Formacio brothers start their journey in the RGV.
Omar hits you with a big smile as you walk in. The place is clean and everyone is friendly. The specialities are good and everything else is very good also. Very nice place to stop and enjoy. Prices are very good also. Not a five star big time place but a small little great pit stop. No suprises.
4.5 based on 175 reviews
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With this being the number 2 best restaurant I was a little disappointed. They don't serve alcohol which was fine. It's a cute place, very clean. I ordered chicken fajitas and it was large pieces of chicken with no onions or peppers. You need to be specif when you order. The cheese appetizer was different too. The prices were good and the portions were big.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
There are plenty of texmex restaurants in RGV. However el gallito is consistent, quality food in a sea of overdone texmex. The place is always clean, as staff are constantly cleaning. Enchiladas verdes sauce tangy b but not sour, my fave for these. I order double salad and charro or refried beans. Beef fajitas clean and they are not stingy with the serving. Guacamole appetizer is a large portion and can serve as a meal...which I've done since i love guac. Carne guisada is meaty, not overly spiced with cumin. Salsa is fresh tasting and i always ask for salsa verde for hotter variety.
They also have local tejano band announcements at the entrance.
4 based on 27 reviews
There are other restaurants in the area that are a lot better than this place. The service is also not that great when I last visited. The inside is nice but just wouldn't recommend the food.
4 based on 130 reviews
If you are passing through town and don't know your way, this is an okay option. Predictable Texas fare, steaks and fried stuff. Salads... all Texas style big portions. I like that they had some local artisan beers. I was alone and was seated next to the bar. The bar was harmless, right in the middle of the restaurant with sports screens everywhere you looked. I felt safe traveling alone as a woman and got plenty of calories to go on with my travels. Middle price. Not a bad value. Big tables for conversation and was not rushed by servers. The servers were very attentive as a group. Didn't see my waitress much.. but I think that was more my table location. Other people were always happy to help me when I needed it. I liked the peanuts coming out with my beer. Felt like a fancy Roadhouse.
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