Food was great, the only issue we had was that it took a long time for them to swap out the soda machine with new soda.
Food is fresh and plentiful and, the service is fast and friendly.
Great selection of add ons!
FIRST TIME THERE. I LIKED IT ALOT. THE NACHOS SHE PUT THE SAUCE ON THE SIDE SO THEY WERE NOT MUCHY WHEN I GOT HOME. THE SALAD HOWEVER WAS MUSHY IS WHY THEY DID NOT GET 5 STARS. WILL GO BACK
Good food at a reasonable price.
Super nice server - helpful with our first visit. Food was very good. We both got the Homewrecker burrito with steak and we got an extra cup of guacamole. We did take-out and we were sent with a generous supply of chips. The meat was flavorful in the "well packed" burrito. One of these burritos can make 2 meals! Guacamole was delicious too. We were impressed and look forward to returning.
They had one employee working the entire operations. He definitely was an asset to the facility but beyond that not much was favorable. There portions were small and they were out of rice. Had to wait for the chicken to be prepared. Overall not a good experience.
Great concept, fast and good food if you get there early. Better for lunch: ran out of some food and beverages in the evening.
Every time we go here the people are friendly the food is great can't ask for much more and a ton of it for cheap
Very good food and services were very good.
Will be going back
From Our Editors
Since opening its first location in Atlanta in 2000, Moe's Southwest Grill has expanded to more than 30 states. But each location features the same thing: Tex-Mex favorites such as burritos, tacos, and nachos prepared in front of your nose using more than 20 fresh and natural ingredients such as cage-free chicken, grass-fed steak, and organic tofu — no microwaves involved.
To complement the casual comfort of the food, each spot has a welcoming casual vibe. Upon arrival into the restaurant, customers are greeted by a resounding "Welcome to Moe's!" from friendly staff. The menu also features kids’, vegetarian and low-calorie options -all served with free chips and salsa. For added pop-culture flair, the menu items are named after TV and movie characters with items such as Earmuffs, Close Talker, Wrong Doug, and Joey Bag of Donuts. Accompanying the dining experience, in the background a hand-selected playlist of music commemorating beloved — yet no-longer-living — musicians.
Moes Southwest Grill