Infusions: A Bold Name in Culture and Cuisine


Aside from the food, they have spectacular house drinks ranging from their signature old fashioned to their watermelon martini. You really can’t go wrong with anything they have on the bar menu, and you’ll thank yourself later for trying something new.
Another great aspect to the patio area is the live music you can catch on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, adding more ambience to the evening with every Monday having a “reverse happy hour” in effect and a live dj set up at the bar side to fuel your dancehall days.
The restaurant’s menu is somewhat seasonal as well as in the hands of the executive chef, Billy Villareal, and he’s excited about some of the new items that are now being offered.

“One of the new small plates we have is the roasted bone marrow, which is a femur bone split in half and seasoned with roasted garlic herb crust. You can take it out and spread it on a crustini or piece of bread. It’s pretty delicious. Another is the ‘double cut pork chop’ that has an Asian flare to it and the ‘pineapple infused ribeye’ that comes with horseradish green onion mashed potatoes, haricot verts, and a cherry reduction – all really great additions to the menu.”
Infusions is located at 701 N Main St. in McAllen.