$15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Food
Super nachos—soaked with cheese and buried beneath a mountain of toppings ($6.99)—whet the appetite for the burrito dinner ($8.50) or the seafood-stuffed pescadas empanadas ($7.99).
Beneath the little brown awning scrawled with bright yellow letters, signs plaster the front windows of La Cabana, declaring in bold white and green the availability of tortas, cervesas, and various daily specials. Behind this wall of glass and menu, the staff and family who keep La Cabana running sear pork, beef, and seafood atop their grill, filling tortillas and pastries with the saucy flavors. They keep Mexican beers on hand, in addition to the standard margaritas, to wash down helpings of carne asada or fresh ceviche. Often fueled by a few libations, guests can belt out their favorite tunes during Saturday and Sunday karaoke.
What some people are buzzing about:
77% of 300 customers recommend
“Awesome food, great service and huge portion. Great place. ”
“The food was very good and very quick. Also there was karaoke on Friday when my girls and I went. Awesome place ”
“Good food but do take out if You dont like the moisés of the karaoke ”