We went here for the first time on Cinco de Mayo and during the late afternoon. Our first request was to sit outside on their patio, to which they replied no. Of course there was no hostess, just some waitresses sitting down at a table acting annoyed that we dared interrupt their conversation. We asked how long it would be and they said we don't know, but you can't sit out there. Great. So, they sit us near a window and bring us our drinks. They brought out Sangria that tasted like Welch's grape juice and a small margarita for 4.50 (it was on special) that tasted like they forgot to add tequila. Upon requesting Queso dip, we were brought out cheese dip and only after pointing out that we had ordered queso dip they tell us, "Oh, we don't have any." They didn't offer anything else or suggest any alternative; they just walked away. The fajitas came out rather quickly and were ok, except for rice and beans that were nasty and tasteless (as opposed to some other Mexican restaurants in town who make excellent food).
Overall, this was a Mexican restaurant without queso dip and with barely alcoholic beverages , an apathetic and less than helpful waitstaff, no visible host or hostess that provided us with an overall lousy dining experience. We do not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
horrible service. Went with a group of 15 people prior to an Exit/In show. I called several hours in advance to ensure they could accomodate the group and to let them know what time we would arrive. First, we didn't have enough seats. Secondly, we waited at least 20 minutes after sitting down before ever seeing our server. We stopped several other servers tyring to locate ours with no success. When I politely notified staff how long we had been waiting, I was shrugged off and told they are just busy. It was complete chaos when our server finally appeared. We requested to put in our food order with our drink order in fear of never seeing her again. We were told that was fine but she would continue to walk away each time we tried to place our order. I have been a server myself and know about being "in the weeds" but this was ridiculous. I will not be going there again!
Nice. The food is good and the staff is great. They have a deck, so in the summer months that's the place to be. It's awesome!
Great food for the price, fun environment too!. My husband and I eat at Fiesta Azteca on a fairly regular basis. We have never had a bad meal here. The salsa and chips are very good and are brought out just as soon as you sit down. Their taco salad, enchiladas, tacos, and nachos are the best. The fried ice cream is the perfect way to finish off a meal. If you are looking for excellent Mexican food at a great price, Fiesta Azteca is the place to go.
Traditional Mexican makes its way to rockin' Elliston Place..
Parked next door to the legendary Exit/In music venue, this family restaurant serves standard Mexican-American fare. The clean dining rooms are awash in traditional bright greens, golds and pinks, and the energy level in the room is high--suitable for its location on such a busy block of live music and dive bars. The menu offers staples such as flautas, enchiladas and burritos, while drink options include frozen margaritas and sangria.
Great, great, great!. I love this place! I eat there often. The staff is extremely friendly. The food is wonderful, and the service is great! If you are looking for a good Mexican restaurant in the West End area, this is the place!
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