The manager should not be a manager. I made reservations for Valentines for my family. 7 kids and 2 adults, when we go there they wanted to seat us in the bar with 7 kids! To make matters worse, our table was right up against a tequila tasting booth. People were lined up right against our table and even putting their empty cups on it. I spoke with the manager and she acted like we were crazy for not wanting to eat in the bar with our kids. she said that people do it all the time. I think when the majority of a party is kids, and they were told this at time of reservation, than they should not seat a family in the bar area. To make matters worse she was talking about us to a couple of other patrons, we could hear her, they were laughing at how funny it was to them that we did not want to sit there. Never going back, rude rude rude!
Well first of all i love the food here its full of flavor them cooks sure know what ther doing . Well i came yesturday and i orderd the carnitas plate it was really good and delisious my husband orderd a wet burito my grandma orderd a asada plate it was really good iys a very nice place my gram loved it it was her bday well anyways this place iwould recomend becouse the staff are very nice they greet you at the door and they seat u down right away they and the tables are very clean i seen the bus boys go and clean the tables right away wich is good overall i truley recomend this place its for al kinds of ages its good for young ppl on a date or older cuples on a romantic date and for familys too its a really nice place to bond with family or your significant other the amostpher is nice calm music such as mariachis play any song you like just let them know i guess in mexico they call it serenata aka serinate in english its realy romantic they goo up to your booth or table n u request a song i love this place food quality amostphere service food again lol go ahead and cheak out for yourself ppl ul love it if not ul like it no need to be sour ...
Casa the Salsa is by far the best Mexican Restaurant in Claremont. The service is superb! Best Margaritas in town, and the food is just to die for. We always get the combination fajitas and that's more than enough for 2 people. They also have real crab enchiladas that are delicious and their Sunday brunch is the best in town.
They have live music almost every day of the week. Mariachi on Friday's and Sundays.
Love this place!
Driven past this restaurant several times and decided to stop in a few days ago. The food was good, service was fast (maybe because it was empty) and the drinks were great! Try the Mojito and taco plate. My husband had a margarita and a carne asada burrito. Large portions and fresh chips and salsa. We will for sure go back again! The only down fall was that the gates up front are chained closed and several hand made signs directing you to the entrance. Not very nice or welcoming. Out door patio looked very nice with the exception of the eye sore out fron.
Tried this place several times hoping for a positive change, it never happened. I just don't understand how it has remained open or why people would eat here, maybe if you have lost your sense of taste, no other explanation could suffice. Come on people mexican shouldn't be so difficult, this is southern Ca, you should be able to find a decent chef. Claremont needs a good Mexican restaurant.
I had no problem with the service...everything was brought to us in a timely manner. The food was good. The restaurant has a very open and airy feeling. It's located inside what used to be the old Claremont Highschool--lots of character to its exterior. Prices are average ($8-$15)--what you'd expect to pay at a large Mexican restaurant. They also have live music on certain days and a Sunday brunch for $15.95, though you are allowed to order from the regular menu at that time. They also have a banquet room. I'd go back again.
DoubleTree by Hilton Claremont is centered between Southern California's dynamic Inland Empire and the Los Angeles Basin on Historic Route
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