Great atmosphere, great service, great food. A neat salsa bar! What more can I say? We had beef fajitas, carne arsade dishes, and a puente filete dish. All were yummy!
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We used Los Tarascos to cater our son's graduation party at CSU. From beginning to end it was a phenomenal experience. I was organizing this from out of state and found my contact at Los Tarascos to be professional, knowledgeable, and prompt to respond to...More
Very friendly waitstaff. Everything else was poor. The food was overpriced and unmemorable. Only your first basket of chips is free. You must pay for all the other baskets. There is a two drink limit! Very weird. Small number of drink options at best. Go...More
This restaurant serves Mexican food from the Michoacán region, which means an emphasis on seafood, tomatillo salsa and dishes like carnitas and carne asada. I think that they do it well, although I am a picky eater (and a white woman) who is still trying...More
We have eaten here multiple times and find it to be a family friendly pleasant location with a variety of salsas for the chips and very good entrees. Our last meal included the carne asada which was excellent.
Wow! Great authentic Mexican food, with a wide selection of choices to choose from. A taco bar to pick your favorite salsa, etc. Very prompt service I might add too! Good selection of spirits and drinks.
My family enjoyed this Mexican Restaurant for lunch during the weekend. If you are looking for standard Mexican fare with rice and beans, homemade tortillas and a salsa bar (try the spicy cilantro salsa), this is the place. Friendly attentive service, festive atmosphere.
I ordered the soup, which was $12 - way over priced for soup. My kids ordered the kids quesadilla. I asked to add steak to the quesadilla (extra protein) and the waitress acted like it was super inconvenient to add steak and said she needed...More