Very cute atmosphere, helpful and friendly staff, delicious food. The atole was recommended by our waitress for dessert and was especially delightful.
Delicious, fresh margarita. Food was very tasty.
Great service and margaritas made with fresh lime.
Ask for Danny! He is really great.
The food and atmosphere was great!
The service was absolutely horrible. Our waiter never asked how things were, didn't refill waters or chips and never checked on us. Maybe the poor service was due to us having a Groupon? We would have generously tipped but could not justify even tipping the bare minimum with the service he provided. I was also extremely disappointed in the food, as it did not taste like authentic Mexican cuisine to me. It more resembled Sysco quality food. Overall, after horrible experiences with the food and service, I will not be going back to La Mestiza and spending any more of my hard earned money there. I already feel like I wasted money by purchasing this Groupon.
Its little too pricey without a coupon
It seemed like the choices were primarily chicken dishes and/or enchiladas. How about some tacos & burritos? More beef & seafood on the menu would be nice.
From Our Editors
Like many Mexicans, owner Antonio Estrada considers himself a Mestiza, which means that his lineage consists of both European and American Indian people from many different regions. To pay homage to this eclectic heritage, he not only draws upon traditional family recipes from his own family, but from culinary traditions all around Mexico. Using fresh ingredients, the chefs at La Mestiza craft a lineup of classic dishes, including poblano and cheese quesadillas and juicy carne asada steaks. To add to the authenticity, they make their own homemade tortilla chips and tamales the old-fashioned way—forging them in the searing, cauldron-like trumpet bells of ancient Mariachi bands.
The festive dining room’s warm orange and yellow walls serve as roosts for pieces of art, which gaze down at flower-topped tables illuminated by hanging lights.