From Our Editors
In 1958, the first Panchos Mexican Buffet opened to serve the people of Texas as much Mexican food as they could handle in one setting. Their all-you-can-eat buffet boasts sizzling fajitas, refried beans, Spanish rice, tacos, guacamole, chips, and stacks of tortillas. Separate salad, salsa, and dessert bars further weigh down plates. A feature in US Business Executive details the eatery’s proclivity to switch up the smorgasbord every weekend with specialties that add variety to such classics as chili rellenos and Tex-Mex enchiladas. The buffet folds into a full-service hospitality where servers happily deliver refills of food and drink to patrons at tables—though customers are responsible for feeding themselves.