Won't even be giving this place a second chance. Ok, there is always something good you can say, the Austin Amber beer was really good.
Unfortunately the glass it was served in was way too heavy and too big for anyone other than a large man to lift with only one hand. I found myself drinking beer as though it were the wine at a Mass or a vampire gathering, two handed with great care.
So, why did it not get more than a 2 out of 10? Starters, our seating of choice is a booth, these were uncomfortable wooden benches and were sticky with the food and drink spills of the last year - absolutely a bad way to start dinner. I have no reason to believe the wooden chairs were any cleaner.
Next, the queso really looked, tasted and behaved like it was made from a mixture of milk and mozzarella cheese, it was white, tasteless thin and stringy. The flour tortillas were very obviously shop bought and no effort was made to warm them.
Two in our party had the Baja shredded chicken taco and while I enjoyed the salad - which was part of the taco filling and not a side, there was very little chicken, shredded or otherwise, it really didn't deserve the title of taco. It was a small California salad sitting on an elderly, rubbery torilla, and we all agreed on that. The tiny serving of garlic sauce was actually very nice - hence one of the points.
The third member of our party had a Taco plate, which basically was twice what we had, plus some really unpleasant looking beans floating in a discolored liquid. I have it on good authority that they had absolutely no flavor or seasoning, personally, I didn't need to taste them to believe it, his second side was called Latin Fried Potatoes. I am not sure why Latin? they were fried potatoes served with most of the fat they had been fried in and there was not much Latin about them.
As I said, NO. We will not be going back to Fuzzy's.