Neon lights, a wall of US license plates, a glowing human-size bottle of beer with a saguaro cactus, and the state flag, and you've got a little bit of Texas in the heart of the Caribbean. If they were dancing, they'd be two-stepping. Locals swear by this place, perhaps for the Texas-size servings or maybe it's the Lone Star state fantasy it offers. The smoker in the back cooks up hundreds of pounds of meat of all cuts and kicks out the smell of mouth-watering BBQ. You'll lick your chops when they bring out some baby back ribs. There are all kinds of sides from baked beans to sweet potato fries and it's the only place to go on the island if you want a Southern fried pickle. For Tex-Mex they've got nachos and tortilla soup, quesadillas and tacos—even some with fish. And don't forget the veggie wrap—you can get just about anything here—there's fried chicken and a mushroom Swiss melt burger too. 

Happy hour is a steal with CI$3 bottled beer and CI$4 well shots, from 5–7pm weeknights. On Saturdays and Sundays go to watch football on their big flat screen TVs, and most weeknights there are special events from Monday's trivia night, to Thursday's Rock and Roll Bingo (like bingo, but instead of waiting for them to call out numbers, you smack your chip down on a rock band when they play a song by them).