What does Orange Dip and Margarita's have in common? They are both served at another one of my favorite Tex-Mex restaurants. The Old Mexican Inn has been in business since 1941. When I hear people talking about this place it's always the legendary, mayo based, orange dip, that is first mentioned. This is among many items on their menu that draws me here. With it's cozy atmosphere, there is a steady stream of regulars especially on Wednesdays. With the enchilada's being on the special and $1.50 margarita's, you have to make reservations or you will have a wait. Upon arrival, the line was out the door. We had reservations for seven and where seated immediately. Quickly, the amazing orange dip along with the chips and salsa arrived at our table followed by they're potent and tasty margarita's. The service is quick and the staff friendly. They do not rush you out the door like many places. So if you are ever in Corsicana, Texas you must try this place. You will be glad you did.
|Brandon and Baileigh|
|Brother Robert and I|
What is the longest you would wait before being seated for the legendary orange dip?