Find out what Spanish restaurants to try in Corpus Christi. Corpus Christi possesses all of the main ingredients of an ideal weekend getaway: the sun, the sea, the sights, plus exhilarating and engaging activities the whole family can enjoy. Spend the day on the beach soaking up the sun or wind surfing, the breezy city's favorite pastime. Visit the massive Texas State Aquarium with its new Dolphin Bay, a protected habitat for dolphins unable to survive in open water. Take a tour of The USS Lexington, one of the most famous aircraft carriers in U.S. naval history. Stroll through fabulous flora and fauna at the Botanical Gardens. At the Museum of Science and History, check out the recreated Pinta and Santa Maria, two of the ships Columbus used to sail to the new world. At night, enjoy a succulent seafood dinner at any number of fine restaurants, then head to the historic Harbor Playhouse for delightfully original community theater and a true taste of what Corpus Christi is all about.
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4 based on 45 reviews
Husband and I stopped in for a late Monday morning breakfast. Homemade tortillas, friendly and attentive staff and good cup of coffee. I had El Potro omelette, which was huge and overstuffed. Only finished about half of it. My husband had the barbacoa and absolutely loved it. Tender, flavorful, not greasy or fatty. The ranchero salsa was warm and flavorful, not just tomato-y. Food came within minutes of placing our order. Conveniently right off the highway.
4 based on 43 reviews
I have heard about this place for over 30 years and finally went.Our waitress Maria was cordial,but overwhelmed.It is Mwxican food,but they have no chips,no salsa and no tortas.The entire table behind us(5 people)left after asking for those items.They also have no home made corn tortillas.WWe ordered the "special of the day"which was picadillo(sometimes called picado in other countries)which usually consists of cooked ground beef in a sauce with vegetables like potatoes,beans,green beans,corn,carrots,etc..This was ,by far,the poorest excuse for "picadillo"I have ever seen.It was 98% cubed potatoes(we are diabetics)with a side of rice(no veggies there either)and charro beans.The beans were the best part,but all 3 items on the plate were starches.That does not count the tortillas.Here we are,with 4 starches and diabetes waiting for our sugar to hit the stratosphere.Now I know why I waited over 30 years.We won't be going back.The owner/manager at the reister had a "too bad"attitude.On top of that,all of these items are already made,only requiring a spoon to put on a plate.The place was about half empty and it still took over 30 minutes to get our food that was ready when we ordered it.Go somewhere else!
4 based on 41 reviews
Want a fantastic breakfast taco (most) for under $2 that's fresh, flavorful, and filling---then here's your place! The restaurant, minutes from the Naval air base, not surprisingly was packed with locals and naval pilots on our visit. We're told that's the norm, and we can see why! One taco was filling, with two we're stuffed and happy! What a great find, not too far off the main highway.
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