Chipotle Mexican GrillMexican • Houston, United States
What happened Chipotle? Why so skimpy?
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Truly exceptional for an Express. Excellent location right in the heart of Reforma and decent wifi. The breakfast is ok and it could be improved. A very good hotel with IHG Rewards recognition
Nice place. Terrible service. It's a famous spot for nothing. Most people have whether bad or an insane taste for bad service.
Nothing good. The service is terrible and it is a shame for such a nice place in a great location. They do not deserve the business.
Good food, portions a little off in the service but I think that's a part of the charm. Casual place after a good run in the Heights running trail
Entertaining to watch old and young hipsters. Fries are better than the actual hot dogs.
How did this place get a license to operate? The food is horrible!
The largest collection of artifacts from the Olmec, Huastec and Totonac cultures with more than 25,000 pieces. Giant Olmec heads and small Totonac "caritas sonrientes". Amazing Museum
WALK. The best to enjoy Xalapa's downtown to get amazing pictures and the great view from top of the park to the south side of the city. Walk, enjoy what this amazing city has to offer
The largest collection of artifacts from the Olmec, Huastec and Totonac cultures with more than 25,000 pieces. Giant Olmec heads and small Totonac "caritas sonrientes" amazing museum
This is the perfect spot to start your night. Kitsch and trendy right in the heart of Xalapa. Enjoy!
By far the worst place I've ever been. Bad customer service and pricey for the tacky and low quality drinks. This is a NO NO. Avoid
Quite fancy Starbucks. Great service and wifi works perfect
Ugh igual y a todos les gusta el maltrato porque el servicio es malo y todos con cara de pocos amigos.
Great breakfast options, it's a cute little place with nice atmosphere. Unfortunately the lack of customer service works against them, our waiter had a little bit of attitude :(
This is the first sculpture installed on the malecon in 1984. It represents the Mexican artist Ramiz Barquet's love for his wife Nelly Barquet.
(2001) it represents the history of time from the water to the origin of life with the DNA shown at the base. The natural evolution, the humanity and at the end the hope for the future.