Tejas Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 3910 W 50th St

    Minneapolis, MN 55424

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  • 952-926-0800

About Tejas Restaurant

Hours
Monday - Saturday 11:30 am - close; Sunday 4 pm - close
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Tejas closed in December 2009. The best restaurant ever! rent increase was the reason, they have not reopened anywhere as of August 2010.

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Tejas closed in December 2009. The best restaurant ever! rent increase was the reason, they have not reopened anywhere as of August 2010.

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Upon reading the many reviews of Tejas I realized few restaurants ilicit such a broad range of feelings and opinions. Like many things in life, the truth lies somewhere in between. It is defintley better then a 1 star rating but should not

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Upon reading the many reviews of Tejas I realized few restaurants ilicit such a broad range of feelings and opinions. Like many things in life, the truth lies somewhere in between. It is defintley better then a 1 star rating but should not

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My parents came to town to visit so we decided to try Tejas for supper. The Fresh Guac was the only thing that was good. My mother and I had the short ribs.....It tasted like chewing on a hard, fatty, chunk of beef jerky. I would have

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My parents came to town to visit so we decided to try Tejas for supper. The Fresh Guac was the only thing that was good. My mother and I had the short ribs.....It tasted like chewing on a hard, fatty, chunk of beef jerky. I would have

Pros: Good Parking and Good Guac

Cons: Horrible Entres, Horrible Service, Over Priced

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I will never return to Tejas. Our waitress was very friendly but seemed to be very rushed. The food was horrible. \r
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The calamari appetizer was over cooked and way to spicy. The nachos were so-so but I think Tejas has run out of

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I will never return to Tejas. Our waitress was very friendly but seemed to be very rushed. The food was horrible. \r
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The calamari appetizer was over cooked and way to spicy. The nachos were so-so but I think Tejas has run out of

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Tejas has been a Minneapolis landmark for 20 years now and it's still a great place to get great food on any night. The menu has changed slightly now that winter is coming with great dishes like Tamarind glazed shortribs, which pretty much

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Tejas has been a Minneapolis landmark for 20 years now and it's still a great place to get great food on any night. The menu has changed slightly now that winter is coming with great dishes like Tamarind glazed shortribs, which pretty much

Pros: Food and drinks great margaritas

Cons: decor is a little outdated

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I debated between selecting "recommended" and "average" as my rating for this restaurant and concluded that I would be doing a greater service by lowering your expectations before you go. The problem with Tejas is consistency. We live in

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I debated between selecting "recommended" and "average" as my rating for this restaurant and concluded that I would be doing a greater service by lowering your expectations before you go. The problem with Tejas is consistency. We live in

Pros: Great drinks, convenient location and fund atomoshere.

Cons: Pricey for what you get, lack of drink specials.

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I've eaten lunch at Tejas a few times in the past and found the experience pleasant. But a recent dinner venture my wife and I took there convinced us this establishment has taken a southward turn (for the worse) rather than a

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I've eaten lunch at Tejas a few times in the past and found the experience pleasant. But a recent dinner venture my wife and I took there convinced us this establishment has taken a southward turn (for the worse) rather than a

Pros: Nice ambiance

Cons: Flavorless, tepid food, slow service

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It had been years since I'd been to Tejas, and after going last night I'll go back. We had an incredible server, she knew everything on the menu backwards and forwards, and was very accomidating to everyone. We ordered the guac, which

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It had been years since I'd been to Tejas, and after going last night I'll go back. We had an incredible server, she knew everything on the menu backwards and forwards, and was very accomidating to everyone. We ordered the guac, which

Pros: Amazing service, electic menu, yummy food

Cons: not a place for kids or groups of more than 6 people

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The food was not good whatsoever. There were four of us, and none of us liked our food, and that is saying a lot since there are only about 8 entree options on the menu. Our bill with 1 drink each and an entree was more than $100 total

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The food was not good whatsoever. There were four of us, and none of us liked our food, and that is saying a lot since there are only about 8 entree options on the menu. Our bill with 1 drink each and an entree was more than $100 total

Pros: Location

Cons: Food

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went there after a salon vist in the area and had a great meal. staff was great and knowledgeable about the menu. Me and my girlfriends will definitley be back.

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went there after a salon vist in the area and had a great meal. staff was great and knowledgeable about the menu. Me and my girlfriends will definitley be back.

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I can't believe how SMALL the wine glasses are! And their wines are pretty limited and unimaginative, yet EXPENSIVE. It's a shame, because the ambiance is great.

The tableside Guacamole is FANTASTIC and the BEST THING on the menu. The

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I can't believe how SMALL the wine glasses are! And their wines are pretty limited and unimaginative, yet EXPENSIVE. It's a shame, because the ambiance is great.

The tableside Guacamole is FANTASTIC and the BEST THING on the menu. The

Pros: free parking, great atmosphere

Cons: small wine glasses, expensive, one small tv in bar

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Visited Tejas at 1:30pm on a Tuesday for a client meeting. Although we were a bit taken aback by the limited menu, it was a chance to try something new. I tried the Chicken and Wild Rice burrito and expected a traditional sloppy burrito.

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Visited Tejas at 1:30pm on a Tuesday for a client meeting. Although we were a bit taken aback by the limited menu, it was a chance to try something new. I tried the Chicken and Wild Rice burrito and expected a traditional sloppy burrito.

Pros: Presentation, Food

Cons: , prices, limited menu

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We chose Tejas for its wonderful desserts rating and boy were we dissapointed. First and foremost the bartender needs a fundamental lesson on mixing drinks. Its not 9 parts alcohol! We had to send back two drinks at a table of five.

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We chose Tejas for its wonderful desserts rating and boy were we dissapointed. First and foremost the bartender needs a fundamental lesson on mixing drinks. Its not 9 parts alcohol! We had to send back two drinks at a table of five.

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Came to Tejas after much hesitation since the mister needed a Tejas fix. After hesitation, the gulf shrimp appetizer, white and black bean soup, and southwestern caesar salad was excellent. After the first course, I was excited for

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Came to Tejas after much hesitation since the mister needed a Tejas fix. After hesitation, the gulf shrimp appetizer, white and black bean soup, and southwestern caesar salad was excellent. After the first course, I was excited for

Pros: good appetizers

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What a better way to spend a summer day than sitting outside eating chips and salsa and drinking margaritas? That's what we had planned, but didn't want to go to a local Mexican chain. We were pleasantly surprised by the guacamole prepared

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What a better way to spend a summer day than sitting outside eating chips and salsa and drinking margaritas? That's what we had planned, but didn't want to go to a local Mexican chain. We were pleasantly surprised by the guacamole prepared

Pros: outside dining, margaritas, tableside guacamole

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Been here twice for dinner. The service has been fine and friendly, and the prices aren't as outrageous as some reviewers claim (They are even offering a 3-course meal for $15 -- how's that for value?) The food is hit and miss. We've

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Been here twice for dinner. The service has been fine and friendly, and the prices aren't as outrageous as some reviewers claim (They are even offering a 3-course meal for $15 -- how's that for value?) The food is hit and miss. We've

Pros: Atmosphere, Service, Innovative Menu

Cons: hit or miss food

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I was suprised when I was received by the rudest service staff in the city, right in the heart of Yuptown. Maybe it's because I wasn't wearing a Hugo Boss suit, or even Banana Republic. Either way, I paid too much for a mediocre meal

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I was suprised when I was received by the rudest service staff in the city, right in the heart of Yuptown. Maybe it's because I wasn't wearing a Hugo Boss suit, or even Banana Republic. Either way, I paid too much for a mediocre meal

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Make Tejas a regular stop on your nights out and you won't be disappointed. It does get a bit busy and loud at peak times on weekends, but the food is both creative and superbly prepared. Love the seafood and nearly everything else on the

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Make Tejas a regular stop on your nights out and you won't be disappointed. It does get a bit busy and loud at peak times on weekends, but the food is both creative and superbly prepared. Love the seafood and nearly everything else on the

Pros: Location, Service, Great Food

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I went to Tejas for dinner Saturday night, on a recommendation from a friend. I don't know what this friend was thinking by giving it a good review. The menu is small, and everything is ala carte-- as in dinners don't come with any sides.

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I went to Tejas for dinner Saturday night, on a recommendation from a friend. I don't know what this friend was thinking by giving it a good review. The menu is small, and everything is ala carte-- as in dinners don't come with any sides.

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The service was phenomenal. The menu was excellant but there were few vegetarian choices.

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The service was phenomenal. The menu was excellant but there were few vegetarian choices.

Pros: good service, good parking, location

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One quick note: in the more information section of the editorial review it says very casual. This is not true. I would have felt out of place in jeans.

In general it was a pleasant experience. The food was good, but as is common in hip

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One quick note: in the more information section of the editorial review it says very casual. This is not true. I would have felt out of place in jeans.

In general it was a pleasant experience. The food was good, but as is common in hip

Pros: unique food, nice ambience

Cons: small portions, fairly pricey, a little crowded

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The food was good, but not great. Especially considering the price. I would equate the quality of the food for the price to a sports bar quality. The wait staff good and knew their products. I would reccommend that at least in Edina,

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The food was good, but not great. Especially considering the price. I would equate the quality of the food for the price to a sports bar quality. The wait staff good and knew their products. I would reccommend that at least in Edina,

Pros: desert, good edina location, pleasant staff

Cons: food average, expensive

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The desserts are absolutely incredible at Tejas. Everything is great actually - but life is short - eat dessert first!

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The desserts are absolutely incredible at Tejas. Everything is great actually - but life is short - eat dessert first!

Pros: decent price, good parking, Awesome service

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Best Pastry Chef EVER! Chef Lynne's creations could melt the coldest heart.

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Best Pastry Chef EVER! Chef Lynne's creations could melt the coldest heart.

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Tejas food is great. Love the atmosphere. Service is friendly and prompt.

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Tejas food is great. Love the atmosphere. Service is friendly and prompt.

Pros: good parking, good price

 

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