Wow, you guys surely are something... I
dined at your restaurants a few times in the past, but today I parked in your empty lot to pick up some food next door in city center. Came back out few minutes to find that you guys so damn quick to call towing company to tow my car..... Seriously???? your lot have total of 5 cars in the parking lot!! 3 of them probably are employees and you called the towing company. It is a Wednesday night! But hey, i guess you got to make that money somehow. I mean, empty lot at dinner time... must get a pretty good cut from the towing company..... Needless to say, I won't be dining at your restaurants.
Suburban Comfort Food.
To me, Skeeter's epitomizes the Tex-Mex and comfort food mecca of the suburbs. With friendly staff serving up burgers, fajitas and basic salads and TVs broadcasting any and every ESPN channel available, this is THE place to bring the kids (and all their friends).
Skeeter's has a laid back atmosphere and a no-frills menu, but the restaurant attracts plenty of regulars and truly seems like a neighborhood place.
Be aware: this place can get packed with the after-church crowd but serves a great looking Sunday brunch.
With its reputation as a sports bar for 10-year-olds, this lively place has found its niche among the minivan crowd.. In Short From its original West U location, Skeeter's has expanded to suburban outposts in Sugar Land, Town and Country and The Woodlands by sticking to its formula: moderately priced comfort foods in a casual, low-hassle atmosphere. While you may not want to show up on weekends without your own soccer team, the weekday lunch hour tends to attract a mature crowd. Enjoy sandwiches, grilled chicken salads and ice-cold beer.