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New restaurant firing up the grill

Son and father team are offering a little bit of everything in former Davila’s Bar-B-Q location

Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013 12:00 am

SEGUIN — Local diners will soon have another option for their noon and evening meals in a familiar location.

Preparations are nearing completion for the opening of Guadalupe Grillhouse at 380 N. 123 Bypass on the corner of East Walnut Street and State Highway 123 Bypass.

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  • Don and Rose posted at 8:57 pm on Tue, Aug 6, 2013.

    Don and Rose Posts: 736

    I agree with CAJUNMOMMA:
    if the steaks at Guadalupe Grillhouse are good we will be your customers...a good steak at a reasonable price is rare as hen's teeth here in Seguin...we also have enjoyed Blake's rib-eye steaks and the homey, friendly atmosphere.

  • CAJUNMOMMA posted at 5:37 pm on Tue, Aug 6, 2013.

    CAJUNMOMMA Posts: 2

    I am so excited, and we can't wait to give your restaurant a try! But the item on the menu I'm going to try first is your RIBEYE STEAK, now with that said, I will also say this, as for steaks served in Seguin or surrounding area, the best one we have found is at Blake's in McQueeny. if you can make a RARE RIBEYE like they do (you can almost cut it with a fork) then you will have our business...also i noticed you didn't offer prices for the Steaks like you did everything else....for a 16oz keep it around 13.99 and you will do well. I have to also say, that another reason we eat in certain restaurant's is because of the service, and how friendly those that work there are...also how clean it is inside, outside, and how clean the restrooms are. We're very excited for y'all, and hope you do well here in Seguin!

  • David Lee posted at 9:40 pm on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

    David Lee Posts: 372

    What Jim said!

    Of course the In-N-Out thing is unlikely, not even Austin or San Antonio have one.

  • posted at 6:54 pm on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.


    I think that A Chick-Fil-A , In-N-Out Burger, or a Long John Silvers could thrive in Seguin, Texas. Would like to think that a Red Lobster or Olive Garden in the right location could as well (along IH-10) but am not sure Seguin would support either one for the long term. I wish the Hernandez family the best of luck and will definitely give them a try after they open.

  • Loralie7 posted at 6:16 pm on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

    Loralie7 Posts: 6

    I agree. Service is key to deciding if you fail or thrive. No matter how good the food, if the service is bad, you fail. Good luck !

  • amadorben posted at 11:01 am on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

    amadorben Posts: 37

    If businesses are not supported, they do NOT survive!! If we have too many of something it is because the customers want it. This is call CAPITALISM!!!

  • Great Dad posted at 6:48 am on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

    Great Dad Posts: 23

    Great location...attractive sign above the restaurant... I want the new business to be successful!

  • Don and Rose posted at 5:56 am on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

    Don and Rose Posts: 736

    Supply and demand will be the deciding factor...if people like will stay open, if not won't.

  • BBQ Man posted at 3:32 am on Mon, Aug 5, 2013.

    BBQ Man Posts: 253

    So name me one Good BBQ place in Seguin. I mean real BBQ only?

  • JustThink posted at 10:21 pm on Sun, Aug 4, 2013.

    JustThink Posts: 107

    There wouldn't be so many Mexican restaurants if people did not support it by giving them business. So basically it is not a problem with the food you are having, it is a problem with the people.

  • David Lee posted at 10:01 pm on Sun, Aug 4, 2013.

    David Lee Posts: 372

    There was a time when we had 4 Dairy Queens.

  • martha2200 posted at 8:37 pm on Sun, Aug 4, 2013.

    martha2200 Posts: 50

    I have to say, Seguin has had a rough time with local restaurants. Too many BBQ and Mexican restaurants.. Not sure why Seguin has two Sonics and two Dairy Queens...

  • concerned about the community posted at 3:23 pm on Sun, Aug 4, 2013.

    concerned about the community Posts: 17

    Good luck! Will definitely give them a shot when they open.