When Chuy Arzola's announced last June that it would close after almost twenty years, fans flocked to the Dogtown Tex-Mex institution for one last margarita, one last burrito, one last order of the famous fajitas. When I drove past -- at lunchtime -- the line for a table spilled out onto the sidewalk.
So it was big news when Chuy Arzola's opened in May in the historic Coronado building.
But this ain't exactly your father's Chuy Arzola's.
Visit the RFT restaurant page tomorrow evening to see what I think.
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