La Fiesta Mariachi has such an extensive menu that it must have been hard for the eatery to decide on the two dozen options dubbed the chefs? specialties. Chefs stuff poblano peppers with potatoes and cheese and simmer beef tips in a ranchero sauce. Other popular dishes include chimichangas, enchiladas supreme, and pork stuffed inside burritos?or fanny packs.
The chefs at Famosa Latino Cuisine assemble a voluminous menu of Mexican, Guatemalan, Caribbean, and South American entrees. Like a land bridge made of day-old baguettes, their bill of fare brings various countries together through food, showcasing Mexican burritos alongside Caribbean mofongo or Guatemalan pork chops. The dishes' artful presentations pop with vibrantly hued sauces and fresh garnishes of lemon, cilantro, and avocado, all of which pair palatably with fruity margaritas and daiquiris or frosty beers.
Surfboards hang from the ceiling and posters of parrots overlook the blue- and beige-walled restaurant as guests chow down on tacos and burgers. If those surfboards were to descend from their perch and float on a liquid in the restaurant, that liquid would be the one for which the restaurant is named. The menu draws from Californian cuisine, fusing Mexican and American flavors, but it also unites tiny tequila bottles with tiny tacos—a literal microcosm of the restaurant's essence. The menu also presents dishes such as Loco wings with a salsa verde sauce or lobster tacos. Specialty burgers, alternately, boast inventive toppings such as strawberry jelly and peanut butter and grilled pineapple, and various forms of bacon pork belly find themselves in an assortment of dishes, including burgers, tacos, and bacon brownies. Live music, DJs, and a fire pit join tequila in imbuing the restaurant with a fun vibe, like the vibe of a college where you could surf from class to class.
Louie's Grill Fusion jazzes up everyday meals with south-of-the-border flavors from Mexico and Cuba that rouse snoozing, spice-craving taste buds. Dip a toe in the meal fountain with appetizers such as fried plantains ($5.49) or a towering plate of nachos ($6.99), or dive right in with a Fiesta burger ($9.79), a half pounder topped with fried onions, slivered avocado, and chipotle ranch with a side of sweet potato fries.
At Luanda Mexican Grill & Cantina, guests sip margaritas, homemade sangria, and Mexican draft beers as they dine on sizzling beef fajitas, crispy taco salads, and hearty chimichangas. Surrounded by copper-colored walls and homey, dark varnished wood furnishings, guests chat with friends as they enjoy lunches of grilled chicken and squash pollo yucatan, or dinners of pepper-topped jalisco steak.