Basic Tex-Mex rules at the Adame family’s locally owned Chuy’s restaurants, not the same as the Austin-based chain.
Basic Tex-Mex rules at the Adame family’s locally owned Chuy’s restaurants, not the same as the Austin-based chain. Handout photo
Basic Tex-Mex rules at the Adame family’s locally owned Chuy’s restaurants, not the same as the Austin-based chain. Handout photo

Fort Worth has two different Chuy’s. But which one’s opening on Boat Club Road?

September 19, 2017 10:47 AM

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