Still undergoing renovations, this crowd-pleaser draws a full house on Saturdays, with its thirteen screens showing college football. A menu of made-from-scratch Texas comfort food includes good stuff like gumbo, tortilla soup, fried catfish, a bone-in ribeye, four decadent mac and cheese options, and barbecue shrimp, to name a few. We enjoyed our perch at the bar, watching pours of forty-plus brews and wines on tap, sipping smooth, fuchsia-colored hibiscus margaritas. And we found plenty to eat, starting with a salad of avocado, feta, almonds, and luscious Green Goddess (we saved some for the awesome hand-cut fries that came with the stellar burger on a buttery bun). A healthy seared snapper atop broccolini was just fine, though it was ho-hum compared with the heaping Frito pie.