I used to live right around the corner from a Maudie's, and while I wasn't a huge fan (just personal taste, not an issue with the restaurant or quality), it was a decent place to eat. So I was a little disappointed when my boss announced we'd have a big group lunch at the Maudie's Triangle location. I'm a Tex-Mex junkie, but I would have chosen a different restaurant. However, on this visit, I discoved Josie's Enchiladas on the menu, and I think I might be in love. Parking at lunchtime on a weekday was...let's just call it an adventure. Between the one parking garage that actually has a dead end to driving in what felt like circles until we discovered another garage, I definitely wouldn't recommend coming here when you've got limited time. You could easily spend half your lunch break just trying to park -- and it doesn't help that pedestrians here have no problem stepping off the curb and into the paths of cars with no warning. But once you slay the parking monster, the best enchiladas in the world await. The restaurant itself is pretty big, with lots of seating and cool decor. There's also an outside patio area that's shaded and looked pretty comfy. Our big group was surely a challenge for the wait staff, but they managed to keep us refilled in drinks and chips, and they actually served everyone's food at once. Perhaps it's odd to find that impressive, but I guess I've just gotten used to half the people getting their food while the others wait another ten minutes -- and then there's always that one person who seems to have been forgotten. But they handled our party of 20+ without issue, and everyone loved their food. They even remembered the extra side I requested and dropped it off within a minute or two of serving everyone, without my having to ask. And Josie's Enchiladas? Cheesy heaven on a plate. Two cheese enchiladas smothered in chile con carne AND queso, with the usual sides. I may have to rent one of the apartments at the Triangle, just to have unlimited access to Maudie's.