Located in more of a commercial/industrial area than an area where one would expect to find a restaurant, Vic's could easily be missed or ignored. Showed up on a Sunday morning and was met with the expected Sunday morning crowd craving good. Almost left just by the number of people ahead of us. We decided to stay and are very glad we did. The large crowd in front of us was dwindled down and we were seated in less than 20 minutes. While waiting, we took in all the Christmas decorations and general decor. Not an upscale establishment by any stretch but very welcoming. What was observed though is what I am assuming were the owners or managers taking the time with each patron as they left. Making sure that everything was good and the last impressions were as good as the first. Our waitress was the pinnacle of quickness and efficieny without giving off the impression that we were rushed to get out.
I ordered the chicken fried steak and my fiance ordered the carne adovada with egg. The rest of the menu is an equal mixture of American comfort food mixed with the New Mexican flair of chili and other Mexican dish regulars. Our portions were huge!!! So much so we had enough food for another meal. And all this was reasonably priced.
Every local knows of Weck's as they are peppered all throughout the metro. This would be a very similar comparison with the exception that Vic's is better in every regard. And we found ourselves a new favorite breakfast place!!
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