Good food with quick service. I’ve ate here a couple times. They have entertainment and specials sometimes.
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This is a local Mexican restaurant with multiple locations which recently changed it's name. This review is based on a visit before the name change. We found this restaurant to be better than most simple Mexican restaurants. The margaritas were good, but a little tart....More
Had a great meal here. Tasty drinks. Only knock was for some reason they decided to fire up the skill saw while people were eating to do some counter-top construction. I think they could find better hours for that. I enjoyed the tacos I ordered.
We've been eating at Vallarta for nearly 20 years and had some trepidation its change of ownership and name to "Pedro's." Stopped in my myself last night, at 8:30 (the place was 90 percent empty, long after the dinner rush), and asked to be seated...More
This used to be our go to place for local Mexican food and we've been going there for years on Thursday, Margarita night. No more. Poor service and food quality went down. It was never an excellent place for Mexican food, but it was good....More
El Varrata's is no more--now called Pedros Tacos and Tequila. New menu, very expensive for Mexican. Food okay, nothing special. Service was poor. Never saw our waitress after she brought water--someone else brought our meal. Tried to get someone's attention to refill our salsa--no luck....More
Average restaurant with fair price. The service was friendly. The food is a little bit too salty. Taco was good but the Chicken Enchilata was not very good.
Just returned from dinner and it was fabulous. So much staff and everyone was so friendly. Our server was tremendous and went above and beyond. The food was so good. Our family of five couldn't have been happier. Wish we lived nearby!
We had lunch here with friends. Our service was great and the food was average. We just moved to the area from Texas and have been on the hunt for good local Tex Mex. We will keep looking.
Walking into this restaurant was insane. The front of house was packed with a bunch of people waiting to get a table. I've been to Grand Central Station and it was considerably less crowded than the waiting area at Vallarta. My family and I practically...More