About this Business
- Grill, Mexican, American, Spanish
Great staff! Fun atmosphere!
Great food and drinks!!
Great atmosphere, staff is awesome!
Margaritas need to have a lot more tequila in them, they tasted like a juice drink
Service was rushed (the waitress was really nice but she was too busy to keep up). Many people were waiting for tables (some walked out) and there were a bunch of tables open but not cleaned.
The food was not great. My partners food was overcooked and overpriced. My rice was overcooked because it was on the fajita plate. My shrimp (fajita) was good. All in all, meh...
I am looking forward to the new location!
Everything was great and we will be back!
Keep up the good work! We love this place!!
just one: turn down the music a little bit, and maybe try and acquire a bigger space. Or make a lobby to sit and wait especially on Taco Tuesday
From Our Editors
At Fresco Mexican Grill, the kitchen is fully outfitted with appliances, but one is noticeably absent—the microwave. Rather than reheating their Mexican cuisine, the culinary team crafts each dish from fresh ingredients culled from local farmers, whether they are mashing avocados into guacamole tableside, or stuffing quesadillas with cheese, chicken, and green chiles. Their fajitas—assembled with sizzling strips of jerk chicken or morsels of steak marinated in garlic, lime and tequila—complement other classic eats such as tacos, enchiladas, and chimichangas. Rounding out the menu is a smattering of American favorites and reinventions of classic dishes, such as black-bean lasagna, which adds a Mexican flair to an Italian specialty much like the mariachi band featured in every Verdi opera.
Fresco Mexican Grill