About this business

  • Cuisine
    Mexican, Tex Mex
  • Meals
    Lunch, Dinner

Tips

Ashley D.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Will definitely be back! I also want to try the sister restaurant Lolita's now!
Ilene B.
Verified
Report | a year ago
a little too noisy for talking
Glenn W.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Love the atmosphere, the portions are generous and the service was premier. We really enjoyed the experience and look forward to coming back many times.
cynthia a.
Verified
Report | a year ago
music was way too loud!
Marcy T.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Food was fun and good...make sure wait staff reads back order..we ended up with dish we hadn't asked for. Also while waitress was adorable and attentive...there were LARGE amounts of time that she disappeared and when food was not ready when told it would be right out...never checked back with us. It took too long there..the beginning was great and got worse as the night went on...we just wanted to go home but the dessert too took about 20-25 minutes to come out and it wasn't even that crowded. Perhaps it's best for people who want to drink a lot and want to spend 3 hours at a restaurant...we, however are not drinkers so we were there for way too long.
Sharon E.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Can't wait to see the new place once they relocate. We will be back. Great food. Only downside was the margarita I had was little heavy on the ice and seemed to water the drink down. Was light on the tequila. Kind of a bummer for the price of the drink. Next time I will order a cosmo and skip this.
gardner s.
Verified
Report | a year ago
They are moving to a smaller location in Salem center , I hope they can duplicate the experience .
Tyrone V.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Thanks for a great Dinner we will be back and good luck in the new location this winter.
natalia Z.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Excellent
stephanie d.
Verified
Report | a year ago
Great waitress and great food!
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From Our Editors

One might leave Red Lulu Cocina & Tequila Bar, which was named this year's best new restaurant north of Boston by Boston Magazine, with some sense of the broad scope of Mexican cuisine, geography, and culture. That epiphany might come from the selection of 180 tequilas, which slip down in shots, release bell peals of clicking ice in glasses, or blend with lime in thick margaritas rimmed with salt. The tantalizing menu also parades traditional Mexican ingredients, though they are tangled into surprising configurations.

Red chandeliers glow, bringing to life the colors of chipotle peppers on plates at plush black booth seating, all beneath red wallpaper. In the tequila lounge, ample couches create a circle around red, candlelit tables for resting a glass of sangria or a mojito muddled with strawberries or cucumber. A row of inset shadowboxes displays the colorful lucha libre masks typically used in overblown battles and attempts to go out in public without being recognized as Kevin Bacon.