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The “Wait” at Jimmy Changas in League City – Finally Over for Me!
Posted In: League City News Posted by Pam Moore on 12/21/2012


By Pam Moore for Brockway Realty

Jimmy Changas, located at 2504 Gulf Freeway, League City, opened on November 17, 2012.  The location is a block north from the Best Buy in Victory Lakes. We were anxious to try out the newest eatery in the area, but every time we drove by – this is what we saw:

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This photo was taken on the street located in front of the restaurant, meaning the parking lot was full. The front door of Jimmy Changas faces away from the freeway. The line of cars would be present afternoon and evenings. We were sure this had to mean a long wait time, so just drove to another place to eat.

Finally last weekend, my husband and I left home for an early dinner and decided to go to Jimmy Changas. We had time for a long wait, so that was not an issue. We were surprised to find a spot in the parking lot, and the wait time was only 15 minutes.

Once seated in a comfy booth, we took our time to soak in the ambiance and selected our entrees. Our wait staff was courteous; in fact there were a lot of employees taking care of patrons. We didn’t have to wait long for our meal and enjoyed every bite. We thought the music playing was a bit too loud, but that was the only negative from our experience. Our waitress told us since the restaurant opened; the average wait time has been about 2 hours!

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We will definitely be back to try something new from the interesting variety offered at Jimmy Changas. Give them a try!



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“ALL You Can EAT” Soup & Salad Restaurant Opens in League City
Posted In: League City News Posted by Pam Moore on 11/22/2012


Written By Pam Moore for Brockway Realty

Residents south of Nasa Parkway finally have an All-You-Can-Eat Soup & Salad Bar, and it recently opened in League City! The Soup & Salad House, run by Joann Meguess, is located at 1260 East League City Parkway in the shopping center anchored by LA Fitness and the Johnson Space Center Federal Credit Union (Tuscan Lakes Branch). They are open daily from 11 am to 8 pm, and you can check out their menu items on their website.

The Soup & Salad House offers an “All You Can Eat” Buffet which includes: salad bar, soup/potato bar, fruit bar & bread for only $7.28 (w/o tax). The evening my husband and I visited this establishment for the first time, we were cheerfully greeted as we arrived for an early dinner.  We both decided on the buffet and filled our plates with fresh fixin’s. We also selected soup; he chose baked potato and I chose the cream of poblano (two bowls, in fact!). Pleasantly filled, our bill total was around $20 which is hard to find (for 2 dining out) in many venues. The restaurant was beginning to fill when we left, so the ‘word’ is getting out about this new option in our area.

If the last name Meguess sounds familiar, it is because the family also runs Stomp’s Burger Joint located in Bacliff. Besides the buffet, the menu also includes made to order specialty sandwiches & wraps, specialty salads, pasta and a kid’s menu. I am sure the kid’s (and probably adults as well) won’t forget to stop at the soft-serve ice cream station before walking out the door! I know we will be back to The Soup & Salad House again soon!



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