Robstown is a city in Nueces County, Texas, United States, and a western suburb of Corpus Christi. It was founded about 1906, and was named for Robert Driscoll. The population was 11,487 as of the 2010 census.
4.5 based on 27 reviews
My husband and I stopped here after reading the good reviews. I tell you they were spot on. The food was excellent from start to finish. The refried beans were the best I've EVER had. I loved the flour tortilla chips and the cheese enchiladas were so good.
5 based on 1 reviews
This is great BBQ. Wish they had better hours, but it is worth waiting for. They have sausage, ribs, and brisket. It is all to-go, and I used their drive-thru. I really like their sauce.
5 based on 13 reviews
Very good Pizza and the sandwiches are very good. My favorite is the Cottonpicker. A little bit of everything. They also have side salads that are very filling.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
Opened in October of 1995 as a convenient store named 44 Drive-Thru, this establishment quickly (within a few years) morphed into a 1950's- themed deli and ice cream parlor. In May of 2004, 44 Drive-Thru officially changed its business name to Rod'n'Roll's Treats & Eats. Throughout the years, we've kept it simple: serve great food, with great customer service in an extraordinary environment. We have something for everyone! Our Famous Homemade Chicken Salad is made fresh EVERYDAY! Our 1/2 Lb. Angus Burger is among our more popular items. From baking our own croissants, cutting fresh fruit, making homemade waffle cones, and slicing our deli meats, we prepare everything we possibly can on a daily basis. Come try us out! Our food, customer service and environment will speak for itself!
A delightful spot in an otherwise fast food town. Hanpmburgers, sandwiches, ice cream. I had the grilled cheese combo. Sandwich was well prepared and came with crudités and fries plus a big drink. Less than $6. My friend has the daily sandwich, chicken, with fruit that was fresh and varied. Then we had ice cream. Excellent. Theme is old fashioned soda shop.
4 based on 29 reviews
Lunch on a week day. Had a steak, baked potato, salad and carrots. Steak very good. Nice flavor from their maranade. Baked potato loaded was very good. The carrots were quite plain. Fresh crisp salad was very good.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
When traveling to South Padre Island from Austin we looked for an alternative to the usual fast food stops on the highway. My daughter found this pleasant friendly café. The food is fresh and a healthy delicious alternative to the fast food options. We enjoyed the salads and a wrap. We left with an apple pie for dinner and Christmas cookies. This is well worth the short detour.
5 based on 4 reviews
A little shack by the road with very good Bar B Q. I was very pleasantly surprised by the size of the Bar B Q sandwiches and how good they taste. A different place to get a sandwich that's for sure. Mostly to go with it's little drive thru.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Placed a to-go order after a high school playoff game. Service was friendly and prompt. Restaurant is clean and nicely decorated. I especially admired the customized wood work throughout the place. Our order was ready within 10 minutes. I ordered a chicken quesadilla and my husband had the order of Mexican style taquitos. Both orders were delicious. The charro beans had just enough spice to it. I recommend this place if you're in and around Robstown.
3.5 based on 9 reviews
Good place to break up our drive to the coast. Food was good. Service was good. During the lunch/rush hour, this Whataburger was a better choice than the FivePoints Shopping Center location due to the crowd.
5 based on 1 reviews
Hand rolled, hand crafted & fresh squeezed ingredients with a dash of innovative deliciousness - so you can grab a little happiness.
The pretzel are always fresh and great tasting. Love the dog bites and the pizza bites. Friendly service.
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