We arrived for dinner at 5:30 on a snowy evening and the restaurant (located in a turn-of-the-century interurban station on the edge of Ft. Harrison) was about half full. The historic building seems well adapted to this casual restaurant with colorfully-painted tables and chairs. The salsa and chips were fresh and flavorful and our combination dinners were ample portions and served hot; tasty and filling. They serve “Veteran’s Beer” and this was the first time I’d seen or had one. We have another favorite Mexican restaurant with locations in Indianapolis, Lafayette, and several other towns. We thought these enchiladas, tacos were as good and used a bit more beef. All seemed good quality. So La Hacienda seems worth another trip.