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Uncle Julio's - AllianceUncle Julio's - Alliance
306 reviews
Mexican | North Fort Worth, Fort Worth Suburbs

We got to the restaurant at 5 o'clock. I would recommend later as that is when they are having team meetings and training new servers. We waited 20 minutes for chips and salsa. Another 5 minutes for water. Another 10 minutes and the server arrived for us to order drinks and entrees. The entrees came quickly and we had to ask for our drinks, another 5 minutes. Our server returned to the table for the second time about halfway through the meal and explained she and the trainee were in training meetings. She apologized and comped the drinks. Perfect. The manager came and explained what had happened and asked us about the food. We said it was good. He asked about the service. We said how well the server had explained the situation and had taken the drinks off the bill. Met the trainee. He learned how to handle a not so good situation. I left a 25% tip. Frustrated at first, happy at the end. More

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Just a few years ago, the North Fort Worth area was pasture. Now it's garnering comparisons to Silicon Valley. While this neighborhood still has the cool vibe and warm southwestern weather that characterize downtown Fort Worth, the restaurants also have the benefit of being almost entirely new. Big-name chains and popular local joints wrestle to get a location here. Great Tex-Mex is a given, but it rubs elbows with less expected cuisines like Japanese, Indian, Vietnamese and Thai. Many up-and-coming young chefs are starting their careers here, while more established upscale eateries are expanding their offerings to get in on the action.