Quiet location located downtown. You must enter and go downstairs. The restaurant is very colorful food is good. Everyone was nice.
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As I walked in I wasn't expecting much, waiter walked us to our table and asked us for our drinks. As soon as he got back with our drinks we were ready to order. I ordered a New York steak medium rare! Up to there everything was great, the food came out fast! As I cut into my steak it... More
The thing that impressed me the most about Los Margaritas was the variety in the menu. They had a “healthier” section which I don’t typically find at a local Mexican restaurant. My biggest issue with the experience was the service was very slow. With drive time we didn’t get finished in a lunch hour. My food was okay – I... More
Came here because of TripAdvisor reviews, not really sure what all the hype is. This salsa tasted like it had something smoked in it. Chipotle maybe? Made it kind of taste like bbq sauce. Ordered the steak fajita chimi and it was really good, but my portion was really small. Like about the size of a small softball. Service was... More
This is a great place for lunch if you are downtown. The food id good and plentiful. I try different things each and every time and have yet had something I did not like
The food was great and waitress helpful. We came here with friends or we likely would have had a hard time finding this interesting Mexican restaurant.
We had lunch here. It's in the basement but very nice, light, original old Mexico aura. The food was great, we had Chimichangas and Carne asada. The margaritas were mixed well. This place is worth finding when you visit Garden City. We always check Trip Advisor first.
This restaurant is located in old downtown Garden City. Look close or you will miss the door off main street. You enter an establishment that at first appears only one door wide. But have faith. Enter and you will descend the stairs into a brightly decorated unique Mexican restaurant. If the atmosphere is a surprise - wait until you see... More
We saw the Trip Advisor ratings so decided to eat dinner at this restaurant. Being from California we are used to making reservations -- wasn't necessary here. And we are used to fabulous and flavorful Mexican food. When we arrived (at 5 PM) the folks there seemed like a few groups eating + family of the owners or staff. Very... More
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