Food was disguising. Food and drink very over priced. Service was ok. Won't go back. Band was pretty good for bike night.
About this place
- Mon: 11am-10pm
- Tue: 11am-10pm
- Wed: 11am-10pm
- Thu: 11am-10:30pm
- Fri: 11am-11pm
- Sat: 11am-11pm
- Sun: 11am-10pm
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The margs on Wednesdays are fun, but that's about it. Entirely overpriced for the quality of the food, the queso is soupy and tastes like straight velvetta (and it's a TINY portion and $8)! The...
Three stars for the Bloody Mary only which is $3 on Sundays. Very good mix of everything you expect in a Bloody Mary and an excellent ratio of alcohol to non-alcoholic mixes. Well worth the price...
No way Jose! Food and service were very poor, rice not cooked, beans cold. They could not give the proper change back for cash, if you're on Dickson st choose another place
Face it, most restaurants on Dickson street is about location, catering to college kids. My point, the food doesn't really matter, people are coming back. Yet my friend ordered the Taco Salad...
ong time employee and partner, Neal Crawford (pictured left) is the owner of Jose's on Dickson. Jose's opened for business on March 5, 1980 as an 82-seat Mexican restaurant employing 11 people. Beer was sixty cents on tap and seventy-five cents in a bottle. Live entertainment, including Jed Clampit, the Ozark Plantation Band and Cookbook played every night to draw business owners and locals alike into the Dickson Street location.