The Warehouse?
Hope So

Searcy, AR

#104 Sep 29, 2013
Can you brown bag in there and carry your own in?
Wrong

United States

#105 Sep 29, 2013
Deep Thinker wrote:
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Casa Brava lost the lead a long time ago!
u must be smoking crack homie that shiz is the bomb!! Mirachito is nasssty!
Guest

United States

#106 Sep 29, 2013
Horrible food, pretty building, give it 3 months and they'll be closed down. The only reason they are making money now is because people want to try it out once and taste it for themselves. I'll never go back!
Guest

Searcy, AR

#107 Sep 30, 2013
Deep Thinker wrote:
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Casa Brava lost the lead a long time ago!
agree! My family ate casa brava a few weeks ago and it was a waste of money!! It wasn't horrible, but very bland
Dry County Drinker

Batesville, AR

#108 Sep 30, 2013
Hope So wrote:
Can you brown bag in there and carry your own in?
"Brown bag" is against the law in Arkansas regardless if the county is wet or dry.
I John

Mena, AR

#111 Sep 30, 2013
Hope So wrote:
Can you brown bag in there and carry your own in?
I wish.
Dad

United States

#112 Sep 30, 2013
It's sad pretty building but food is tasteless they will not make it who opened this up anyway?
Perlong

Searcy, AR

#113 Sep 30, 2013
So bad food? No booze? Overpriced?......A perfect match for Searcy.
Guest

United States

#114 Oct 2, 2013
People who comment on here clearly must not know much about Mexican food or food at all.. I went to eat there and yea like every new restaurant they had their mistakes but food was really good and had good flavor...it's definitely the most authentic Mexican restaurant in town.. Will go back for sure
guest

United States

#115 Oct 3, 2013
Marv wrote:
Food was ok. Menus are whited out in places. They can make fajitas but they aren't on the menu. No kids menu. Only one out of four things we ordered were on the menu. Cheese dip was served cold. Waitress was weird. She wasn't any good at McAlisters and she doesn't do a good job here either. I won't be going back.
Fijatas are on the menu. & how was your waitress weird?
hangman

United States

#116 Oct 4, 2013
yep wrote:
Well, I have done very minimal research, personally I hate Harding, I don't care what you say about them. I do belong to the Church of Christ, they aren't the same. What I read there aren't a set amount of licenses, no one in the community has to approve your application, and Harding can hold their breath until they pass out. What I am reading may be outdated, but I didn't see Harding's name on there whatsoever.
http://www.dfa.arkansas.gov/offices/abc/rules...
Read section 1.21. Paragraph 6 and 7

These are the killers in Searcy.
Seriously

Searcy, AR

#117 Oct 4, 2013
hangman wrote:
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Read section 1.21. Paragraph 6 and 7
These are the killers in Searcy.
Except they're not, because the only business to apply for a private club license in the last 15 years got it in spite of the opposition.
hangman

United States

#118 Oct 4, 2013
When in Rome, do as the Romans.
This may be authentic Mexican food but Americans aren't ready for it. Especially in a limited population area like Searcy.
Dry County Drinker

Batesville, AR

#119 Oct 4, 2013
hangman wrote:
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Read section 1.21. Paragraph 6 and 7
These are the killers in Searcy.
Section 1.21 of the ABC rules and regulaltions has to be taken in it's entirety and not singled out with too much importance placed upon any one sub paragraph. It is the Board's responsibility to determine public convenience and advantage which is not a defined term thus giving the Board very broad decretion. The lead paragraph in 1.21 says the Director or Board MAY consider, among other relevant factors, what is outlined in the following sub paragraphs of 1.21. An applicant does not have to clear all 7 of the areas outlined and failing to clear some do not disqualify the applicant. Law enforcement officials, elected officials or interested parties that appear before the Board have to have a position other than "its a dry county and we want it to stay that way". Act 1813 of 2003 made it legal for restaurants in dry counties to obtain a private club permit to dispense alcoholic beverages to it's members and guests of it's members.

Since: Sep 10

Searcy, AR

#120 Oct 4, 2013
jay jay wrote:
Its owned by MiRanchito and Mi pueblito owners. I'm sure it will be a success. The building is beautiful and I'm just happy searcy will have a nice, classy restaurant.
I wish you were right but classy and Searcy just don't go together. The Rendezvous proved that. Tom G. was a superior chef way too good for the area. It shut down because it had class. Hungry working folks want fed fast before they go home and take a bath. They like grease not gourmet. This is Searcy yawl. They want grub not fine dining. Wine with dinner, come on. Maybe it's better. Worse than a Redneck is a drunk Redneck.
hangman

United States

#121 Oct 4, 2013
Dry County Drinker wrote:
<quoted text>Section 1.21 of the ABC rules and regulaltions has to be taken in it's entirety and not singled out with too much importance placed upon any one sub paragraph. It is the Board's responsibility to determine public convenience and advantage which is not a defined term thus giving the Board very broad decretion. The lead paragraph in 1.21 says the Director or Board MAY consider, among other relevant factors, what is outlined in the following sub paragraphs of 1.21. An applicant does not have to clear all 7 of the areas outlined and failing to clear some do not disqualify the applicant. Law enforcement officials, elected officials or interested parties that appear before the Board have to have a position other than "its a dry county and we want it to stay that way". Act 1813 of 2003 made it legal for restaurants in dry counties to obtain a private club permit to dispense alcoholic beverages to it's members and guests of it's members.
Spoke to someone in Cabot who went through the process. It is imperative to have local government in favor or it will not be approved by ABC. Factors like drunk driving and crime increase are big points the locals make. Without public support as well it is next to impossible.
guest

United States

#122 Oct 4, 2013
If there is no local support, it would be hard for ABC to grant. There wood be p
be plenty of opposition. No elected official is willing to
put his head on the chopping block without personal gain I would imagine. Most legalization of gambling etc involves big playoffs to gov officials.
guest

United States

#123 Oct 4, 2013
Would
just saying

Hilo, HI

#124 Oct 4, 2013
It is tough to have a classy place in Searcy, look at Doc's - great food and great service, but struggles to stay open. Now put out some peanuts, let them throw the shells on the floor and you have a business!
Belinda

Searcy, AR

#125 Oct 4, 2013
just saying wrote:
It is tough to have a classy place in Searcy, look at Doc's - great food and great service, but struggles to stay open. Now put out some peanuts, let them throw the shells on the floor and you have a business!
Doc's Grill - 5 Star - Not - barely fair food - mediocre service - poor atmosphere - overpriced - but probably the best around.

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