From Our Editors
Hacienda Mexican Grill's two locations brim with artifacts and artistic depictions of Mexico's rural estates. Carvings of horses, statues of campesinos, and murals of mountainous countryside immerse patrons in Mexico's history. Wagon wheels hang beneath brick archways, and traditional Mexican dresses decorate the walls with ancient dry-cleaning tickets still in their pockets.
Baskets of tortilla chips with freshly made salsa greet Hacienda's guests. As guests sip margaritas indoors or out on the patio, the kitchen staff tosses chicken, beef, and veggies into traditional Mexican dishes to cook up classic tamales and burritos. Combining two classics, the fajita taco salad buries morsels of grilled steak or chicken beneath a bed of cheese, bell peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, and guacamole.