Monday, September 10, 2012
Grab-n-go restaurant Bullchicks is open in Denton
Burgers and wings are affordable, at about $4 each.
DENTON As you exit off of Loop 288 the newly built Bullchicks – hidden behind Quick Trip and Dickies – might be hard to spot, but it is worth the find.
The Corpus Christi franchise opened its Denton restaurant two weeks ago, and even before entering, customers can tell they are about to step into Texas territory. Faux wood tables, Lone Star gear, and ropes adorn the patio.
Inside, a bull skull is displayed on the wall, and decorative Lone Stars and iron Texas Lone Star lampshades hang from the ceiling, further enhancing the Texas theme.
The restaurant gives off a family-friendly vibe, and everyone is encouraged to leave their mark by decorating a sticker and hanging it on the Wall of Fame.
The smiling staff members make sure patrons are satisfied and feel comfortable, and the restaurant’s small size and flat-screen television create an intimate mood.
There is a wide selection of food, including burgers, sandwiches, wraps, wings, and salads. Sides include potato salad, pasta salad, chips, baked Lays, and waffle fries.
However, drink options are limited to fountain drinks and tea.
The mesquite barbecue wings were cooked well and coated in a thick creamy sauce. Although they were smaller than your average wings, the $7 combo came with seven.
The waffle fries are a must and include just the right amount of pepper and salt. They are lighter than Chick-fil-A’s waffle fries but still maintain a slight crunch.
Wraps are something to watch out for. The $4 teriyaki chicken wrap tasted as though the chicken had just been taken out of the freezer. However, the lettuce and tomatoes were fresh.
The $4 Caesar chicken burger’s bread was mildly toasted and was a good portion size for the price. However, the chicken was cut too thin and fell apart as you bit into it.
The large, freshly made $1 chocolate chip cookies tied the meal together. They were soft with big, smooth chocolate chunks that left you wanting another.
Overall, the restaurant is a good option for those looking for a quick and simple bite to eat, and it is worth the search.
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