Judging from the exterior of Ozona Grill and Bar, it’s difficult to tell it has a huge patio.
Named after a West Texas town known as "The Biggest Little Town in the World,” Ozona’s 7,400 square feet of patio fits its theme.
That amount of space almost guarantees diners won’t have trouble finding a table. And it’s more likely that you can move if the people at the table next to yours get too rowdy. Believe it or not, some people don’t care to mix alcohol with ‘friendly’ strangers.
“People even come sit on the patio when the weather isn’t that great,” said general manger Melinda Stringer.
Their menu offers everything from chicken fried steak to classic Tex-Mex fare. Brunch is offered on Saturday and Sunday mornings. We recommend the egg casserole for breakfast and the make-it-yourself Bloody Mary bar -- celery stalk optional.