The menu at La Paloma Restaurante extends beyond the Mexican-restaurant standards of burritos and fajitas to offer vegetarian dishes and exotic game meats such as antelope, pheasant, and ostrich. Cooks marinate charbroiled ostrich filets in house spices and dress antelope filets in a cranberry-chipotle sauce. More conventional dishes include carne asada burritos—grilled, marinated sirloin sauteed with bell peppers and onions, served with guacamole and salsa—and seafood enchiladas stuffed with shrimp and cheese, topped with ranchero sauce and sour cream. Diners can compliment meals with a selection of more than 50 tequilas, or take the menu's recommendations on wine pairings and gossip topics for the evening.
Our restaurant is a little hidden but once you find us I'm sure you'll come back for more. We serve Lunch Daily from 11-3 (except Mondays We're Closed) Dinner is served 4:30-9:00 Daily and we are open for Breakfast on Sunday starting @ 8am
It’s called La Torta Cafe for a reason. Tortas are the specialty here, dominating the menu in 39 different incarnations. There’s #13T on the menu, the Carne Asada Torta, filled with seasoned steak, cheddar cheese, avocado, and "The Works." The traditional thick torta rolls here might brim with more expected fillings, such as stuffed pasilla peppers, carne asada, marinated pork and pineapple, or breaded steak. They might also conceal less traditional deli fare, from tuna and melted cheddar to roast beef. Either way, there are also the quesadillas, tacos, and burritos that fill the best Mexican menus and the worst time capsules.