Last brunch visit was Father's Day, which was good but not as impressive as Mother's Day then again it wasn't as pricey.
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If you go later in the evening you will have to sit in the bar. They close the rest of the restaurant down. Their food is good, service is good, and the atmosphere is good
This was my third time at La Fuentes. First two visits were disappointments, food sub-par. The most recent visit the food was better. I ordered ala carte (grilled chicken burrito $9) because the main offerings are overpriced. Most combinations are $15-$19. Why pay more for...More
We love Las Fluentes! We go for the Midori (honeydo liquor) Margaritas and their big 3-4 people appetizer combo. But their tostadas are excellent! So is the salsa and chips....very happy, nice people too! Always smiling and helpful! Love to go here!
In addition to tasty Mexican food, Las Fuentes has a nice happy hour menu. The happy hour menu is only available in the bar and seating is somewhat limited but if you don't mind waiting for a table to open up, it's worth it. We...More
Food is authentic and service good as well, great location. Price is little high for me, so ordered on the lighter side of food. Our shrimp salad, tortilla soup and pork meat burrito was very good.But again pricey.
The food is over priced and bland for being Mexican cuisine. The food we got was par. The shrimp salad was drenched in very bland wanna be dressing. The burritos we ordered were poorly built and had grisly meat. The rice was poorly seasoned ....More
After being discouraged with the lack of management at Jose's, we tried Las Fuentes and were pleasantly surprised. We definitely like the bar area, so as to avoid the majority of children, and have a drink or two after work, and something to eat. Tuesdays...More