Mamacita's proudly represents the architectural style of the three great culture: Persian, Spanish and Mexican. In the 7th century Arabian horseman ... More
Mamacita's proudly represents the architectural style of the three great culture: Persian, Spanish and Mexican. In the 7th century Arabian horseman invaded north Africa and Western Europe by way of Morocco, thus becoming known as "Moors" The Moors ruled parts of southern Europe and Spain For 800 Years until in 1499, Spanish King ferdinand and his queen isabella came to power.
This restaurant has an authentic feel as if your sitting in the night sky of a mexican villa with the town setting around you. The food is some of the best I have tasted. Their fresh tortillas make an excellent addition. Excellent customer service. The manager is always willing to stop by every table and shakes your hand everytime you leave.
Words can�t describe how incredibly disgusting Mamacita's �Mexican� food is. If you are brave enough to try the food you best be wearing you tennis shoes so you can quickly make tracks to the bath room! If you want authentic Mexican food you have better luck at Taco Bell.
The architecture was astonishing! The outside was beautiful and right as you walk in there's an old map and a short history. Being a history buff I was totally blown away, it was so interesting and the font was gorgeous! The inside of the actual restaurant looked like a little town, it reminded me of Hollywood's perception of Mexico in the 50's and 60's movies with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. The ceiling has fiberoptic stars, that was really neat! We were seated right away. The chips and salsa were AMAZING, the best I've ever had, and there was guacamole as well, which is always a plus because I am a huge avacoda fan; it was amazing as well. The food is a good value, large portions and the prices are decent. The service was excellent, the servers are very attentive, we were never out of drinks and chips and salsa. I would love to go again sometime soon. It was very very good overall.