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debbie c.
Verified
Report | 11 months ago
It was nicely decorated and clean. The street tacos were very good
Gabriela P.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Great for date night
Angelica R.
Verified
Report | a year ago
The breakfast buffet is great if you enjoy seafood for breakfast.
Lynne H.
Verified
Report | a year ago
They took the best thing off he menu. The Wahoo meal was exceptional, now gone.
tracy g.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Go to happy hour from 2-7pm beers 2.30, margaritas 2.50 & cheap appetizers
Dave L.
Verified
Report | a year ago
If you like fish tacos, they have some of the best on the appetizer menu. Only $5.00 during happy hour (2-7PM). Grilled fish, not fried!! They also have a special for $22 that includes a shared appetizer or dessert & 4 or 5 entrees. We had the catfish and grilled chicken....both were cooked perfectly. Will be back soon.
anabel
Verified
Report | a year ago
They have great daily happy hour specials... Gotta try the avocado chimis!
Jim K.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Excellent food at good price; great experience.
Julia B.
Verified
Report | a year ago
We were there shortly after they first opened a couple years ago and were wanted to see what they have added to their menu. I like their menu as there are many good choices! We will be back!
Gail E.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Wait staff could have been around more to offer refills, etc
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In their youth, Paul Fratella and Anthony Guerriero met as coworkers at a restaurant. They discussed their hopes of someday opening an eatery of their own. But as time went on, they drifted apart in life. Fratella continued along in the restaurant business, working at locations in Utah, Indiana, and Florida. Guerriero went on to work in refrigeration, and eventually traveled to Spain to study international business. And then, nearly two decades after their first pipe-dream discussions, they reconnected. With Guerriero’s business savvy and Fratella’s experience opening restaurants, the two finally had the blueprint that would breathe life into Caballero Grill.

Southwestern flavors give an edge to the eatery's American grill fare. Chefs cook steaks, burgers, and chicken breasts on a kettle grill fueled with pecan wood, which imbues each dish with a unique smoky flavor. A ceviche bar allows diners to customize their own selection of marinated fresh fish, and Sunday brunch sets out popular entrées alongside a seafood bar rich with shrimp and mussels. And though Fratella and Guerriero carefully curate their entire menu, one dish in particular holds a special place in the owners’ hearts, according to AZCentral.com. Manny’s empanadas, named for their late friend Manuel De Jesus Cabrera, commemorate their lost comrade with a recipe given to them by Manuel’s mother.

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