Chuy’s Prices

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Chuy’s reflect its growing status as an accessible casual dining restaurant with an increasingly stronger presence in major markets across the United States. With its focus on Tex-Mex cuisine, the Austin, Texas-based chain restaurant has 72 locations in Texas, Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina, and Florida, among other states, with 6 more planned for opening in 2016.

Below are the latest Chuy’s menu prices.

ItemPrice

Popular Items

Chicka-Chicka Boom-Boom$13.84
Chile Con Queso$7.91
Mexi-Cobb Salad$12.94
Beef Fajitas$18.94
Steak Burrito$14.20
Queso$9.36
Panchos$11.22
Crispy Tacos$11.51
Tres Leches Cake$7.32
Guacamole$8.33
Tortilla Soup$5.52
#2 The Elvis Presley Memorial Combo$12.86
#1 Comida Deluxe$12.49

Appetizers

Queso Compuesto$8.57
Nachos$8.60
Special Nachos$9.91
Quesadillas$8.14
Appetizer Plate$12.04
Deluxe Quesadillas$10.20

Enchiladas

Classic Tex-Mex$10.37
Custom Enchiladas$12.65
Deluxe Chicken$11.28
Stacked Enchiladas$10.58

Salads & Soups

Taco Salad$10.92
Grilled Chicken Salad$10.81
Large Dinner Salad$5.81

Catering

Gallon Tea$9.87

Catering Packages

Catering packages are for 10+ people. Please other menu for smaller orders. Includes chips & salsa. Make any package Deluxe by adding Queso & Creamy Jalapeno for an additional charge per person.
Fajita Bar - The Big Daddio$16.45
Fajita Bar - The Mamacita$13.27

Burritos

A homemade, 12" flour tortilla stuffed with refried beans and cheese. Served with your choice of sauce and rice.
Bean & Cheese$11.79
Bean & Cheese Burrito$11.14
Seasoned Ground Beef$11.77
Seasoned Ground Sirloin Burrito$12.58
Seasoned Ground Sirloin$12.15
Fajita Beef$14.13
Fresh, Oven-Roasted Chicken$12.95
Fajita Chicken$14.13

House Specialties

Served with your choice of rice & beans.
Southwestern Enchilada$11.16
Chile Rellenos$11.05
Elvis Green Chile Fried Chicken$11.79

Tacos

Served with your choice of rice & beans.
Soft Tacos$11.57
Tacos Al Carbon$13.32
Baja Tacos$11.50

Fajitas

Marinated for 24 hours in our signature blend of Shiner Bock beer, serrano peppers, lime juice and secret spices. Grilled with onions and peppers and served with handmade flour tortillas, lettuce, guacamole, sour cream, cheese, tomatoes, Mexican rice & refried beans.
Chicken Fajitas$17.96
Combo Fajitas$18.59

Tex-Mex Classics

Served with your choice of rice & beans.
Chuychanga$13.75
Chicken Flautas$11.81

Combinations

Served with your choice of rice & beans.
#3 Taco & Enchilada$10.01
#4 Relleno & Enchilada$10.84
#5 Chalupa & Enchilada$10.30
#6 Enchilada, Taco & Chalupa$11.92

Kids Menu

All kids meals come with a drink.
Kid Cheese Burger$6.28
Kid Cheeseburger$7.17
Kid Cheese Dillas$5.94
Mini Kid Burrito$6.85
Kid Enchilada$6.79
Kid Chicken Nuggets$5.94
Mini Crispy Tacos$5.94

Lite Combos

#8 Chuy's Lite Plate$7.85

Sides

Boom-Boom$5.24
Salsa Fresca$2.11
Side Avocado Slices$1.59
Side of Sour Cream$1.97
Creamy Jalapeño$2.72
One Scoop Guacamole$2.41
Side Mixed Cheese$1.06
1/2 Dozen Tortillas$1.78
Side Pico de Gallo$0.80

Drinks

Tea$3.45
Soft Drinks$3.42
Soft Drink$3.53

Desserts

Flan$5.11
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History

On 16 April 1982, Mike Young and John Zapp opened their first Chuy’s restaurant in an old Texas Barbecue Joint in Austin, Texas. Their vision: A funky and fun restaurant with authentic Tex-Mex dishes and desserts made from fresh and natural ingredients, as well as an ambiance that appeals to everyone.  From its humble beginnings – 60 seats only with basic facilities – the chain has grown from a single restaurant to 15 locations in Texas in the late 2000s, followed by the first restaurant outside of Texas in Nashville, Tennessee in November 2009. Since then, it has brought its unique vision of Tex-Mex cuisine to Americans with more locations.

What They’re Famous For

Chuy’s restaurants are known for their classic Tex-Mex cuisine with a contemporary twist. You can order from a large selection of enchiladas, quesadillas, nachos, and tacos, among others, which are characterized by combinations of flavors inspired by the cuisines of New Mexico, South Texas, the Rio Grande Valley, and Mexico. For example, its famous Green Chile sauce recipe was inspired by a hole-in-the-wall diner in New Mexico while its fajita marinade comes from a South Texan’s family recipe. You will also love the special events hosted or sponsored by Chuy’s, such as Elvis Birthday Bash, Green Chile Festival, and Hot to Trot 5K, among other community events.

Why Eat Here

Chuy’s restaurants can be a joy to visit as regularly as your budget allows for the following reasons:

  • Affordable Chuy’s prices especially during the Happy Hour that, on weekdays, stretches from 4 to 7 P.M. You can enjoy generous discounts as well as drink specials and chips, queso, and ground beef.
  • Vegan and vegetarian options, such as the Boom Boom sauce, a spicy vegetarian version of your favorite queso.
  • Several varieties of salsas and sauces in various flavors and spiciness. You can pair these dips with the enchiladas, tacos and burritos according to your preference – just be sure to tell your server about it.
  • Helpful wait staff who will inform diners about the spiciness of certain dishes and dips. You may not want the green chili sauce, for example, since it is spicier than the others.
  • Casual atmosphere conducive to winding down after a stressful day at work or for handing out with your family and friends.

To learn more about Chuy’s or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.chuys.com.

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