If you're looking for chimichangas and ground beef fillings, don't stop by Curra's Grill. But, if regional Mexican food is the craving of the day come by and sit a spell.
The service is slow, but the bright, art-filled interior easily makes up for the wait. If art exhibitions and the trendy decor aren't your style, feel free to take a sunny seat on the outdoor patio and enjoy some prime people watching.
Take your pick from local cuisine and cheap eats from breakfast through dinner. Top it all off with a specialty cocktail like their famous Mexican or Avocado Margaritas. One visit and you'll understand why Texas Monthly voted Curra's as "One of the Best Mexican Restaurants".
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