Firehouse Pub & Grill, San Antonio, Texas Restaurant Details

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Restaurant: Firehouse Pub & Grill

Address: 5380 Walzem Rd, San Antonio (Bexar), Texas (TX), 78218

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Phone: (210) 946-9600

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2.8 based on 5 ratings
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12/23/2015 12:41 am

This place isn't here anymore and Google maps does this all the time because it's a multimillion dollar company that never updates its locations with current establishments!!

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09/01/2015 11:52 pm

Very nice place for a date night...does not get loud and you can hear who you are speaking with without yelling. Lol but I was just there last Friday night and it was was only 8pm!

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10/25/2014 3:06 pm

Awesome place. Been here a few times. Staff is very friendly and attentive. Their burgers are phenomenal :)

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12/19/2013 12:18 am

Can't comment on the food because i didn't even make it that far. Saw a job posting for this location for a server position and i went in to apply. After a 20 mile out of my way drive i was o so graciously informed that they didn't hire male waitstaff. Seriously?!? who does that. At least if your not going to hire guys mention something in your ad so you don't waste my time.

Food: Food
01/16/2013 2:46 am

My wife and I went there with the point of trying something new in an alternative to Chili's and Applebee's but I wasn't impressed at all. The decor is quite good and the service we experienced was more than good but the food was something I could have made at home. The whole place had the feeling of a restaurant that had seen its better days a long time ago. Maybe a change in management is the problem. It had more of a feeling of a dirty sports bar than a restaurant.
The appetizer I ordered, Nachos, I chose without the beef (an extra $2) which turned into a huge mistake! The plate contained your standard nacho chips covered with cheese that seemed to come right from a Walmart-bought can. On the side... a few jalapenos pieces, tomatoes, and some sour cream. That's it. I have honestly made better nachos at home. All that for about $7.
The entree, a philly cheese steak, was a bit better but once again something quite homely and nothing that stood out. The provolone cheese on top was thickly laid on like the topping on a pie. The onion rings were large and I was hoping for something great here but they were rather tasteless. Save your self some aggravation, go somewhere else. As for me, I'm not going back.

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