If you have not yet been to Pacific Station while visiting or living in Sulphur Springs, then you are missing out. They have some of the best Pacific style Mexican food in the state of Texas. I would even say it might rival some local coastal, towns in Mexico.
I took a group with me so we could have a variety of food to taste and enjoy when we made our stop to Backstory Brewery and Pacific Station. Plus a lovely group of local bankers let me sneak photos of their food as well, to broaden our approach for choices.
A great starter if you plan to stay a while is the guacamole. Fresh made, with home made chips, this guacamole is sure to make all avocado lovers rejoice. It’s nice and chunky, perfect for placing on those chips and devouring with a great beer.
Now comes the hard part, deciding what type of fish to enjoy. The choices range from ceviche to whole fish. Fried fish to grilled fish. There is something for everyone to select from. We are really big fans of ceviche so we always order at least one of the options they have available.
The grilled tilapia is melt in your mouth delicious. The seasoning and firmness of the fish is cooked just right, so it’s not too dry but moist and delicious.
What kind of Mexican dining experience would be complete without an option of tacos. Fish tacos, shrimp taco and many more. They each come with a choice of three, rice and sauce. The homemade sauce really brings out the fish flavor.
If you are looking for a fried fish they have you covered. The coconut fried shrimp is breaded and flavored just right. The standard fried fish is well worth the wait for the time it might take to deep fry everything. Finish it all off with some fries.
There are so many great choices on the menu that you could go everyday for a month and still not try it all. Pair everything with a beer from the brewery, I’m sure they could help you come up with some amazing flavor combinations.
Pacific Station should absolutely be on your list for the next place to eat and drink. Their food will not disappoint!
Contributed by Allison Libby-Thesing