Try to walk into Chuy’s Tex-Mex restaurant in Woodbridge without seeing something that puts a smile on your face. The Austin, Texas-based chain is an unexpected feast for the eyes, as well as for the stomach. Walls and ceilings are decorated with the same from-scratch flair that characterizes the food.
The Woodbridge restaurant, pronounced “Chewy’s,” opened in January at 2641 Prince William Parkway. It’s part of a chain, but each restaurant has its own personality, explained general manager Skylar Bell: “If you’ve seen one Chuy’s, you’ve seen one Chuy’s.”
All of the food is made fresh and from scratch, including the tortillas. “We do not have anything in our freezer except for ice cream,” Bell said. The decor is a symbol of the fresh food. “It’s all real,” he said. “It matches the authenticity of what we’re doing.”
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