Colorfully decorated inside. Has a nice shady patio dining area too. Completed with a Mexican guitarist offering to serenade your table to create an authentic Mexican dining experience. No complaints regarding the food. The menu selection was very good. Prices were reasonable. On site free parking.
We just got home after a FANTASTIC meal at La Pinata. The service and amount of food plus quality for the money is well worth the visit. We ate at a restaurant in Old Town three years ago on the main street and it was so bad we never returned to Old Town. This restaurant is so good we will go 30 miles out of our way to return again.
Wow I love when I stumble onto a great restaurant. Can't believe I never noticed this cute little restaurant. It looks like a little doll house. My 10yr.old son and I dined here and just loved it! Although they had a full house, we were promptly greeted and seated. Our Server Letty was very nice and informative. She provided good prompt service. I had the Shrimp Enchiladas which were sooo good w/delicious rice n Beans. My son had the child's Taquitos plate which had a generous portion of rice and beans and 2 large size Taquitos (homemade just the way he likes them and they way I make them). We both had food left over to take home. This is our new mexican place to eat in S.D. Can't wait to return with my hubby and other son.
On Saturday April 6 We ate at la Pinata restaurant and discovered a piece of metal on the chips. We told the Waitress someone else came over and mentioned that it was there because is was a piece of the cleaning equipment...duuuu what a pitifull place. No excuses. We got sick afterward we took a picture of the piece of metal too bad we can't post it here. We can send it to the San Diego county of health inspection so that they clean up that place or close it. Awful place!!
This is a quaint, old establishment. The service is very good and the food too! There are piñatas hanging all over and the restaurant is a little old house with hard wood floors and a little patio in the back, close to a old mission/park. This is one of the oldest Mexican restaurants in San Diego. I have lived here since the 60's and have been to a lot of Mexican Restaurant. Its not fancy but comfortable.
We wanted a restaurant in Old Town and drove around ending up at this place because it was the only one with parking. We had read about it before, but it was way better than said. The food was great, we had the carnitas and asada. A mariachi band played right next to the table. The only thing that was bad was the waiter was a little slow. It took about 10 mins to get one beer.
I've been going to La Pinata since I was a child. They've maintained good food and service for as long as I can remember. Festive decor and wandering musicians. Low ceilings inside make it cozy...patio dining is nice and heaters are available for cool evenings. Healthy menu items for those concerned about restaurant food and preparation. Margaritas by the carafe are the best buy in town! Free parking for diners.
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