Welcome to Casa Grande Mexican Bar & Grill, not your traditional Mexican restaurant. Casa Grande is family owned and operated by brothers Roberto and ... More
Casa Grande Mexican Restaurant
Welcome to Casa Grande Mexican Bar & Grill, not your traditional Mexican restaurant. Casa Grande is family owned and operated by brothers Roberto and Javier Arias. Both Roberto and Javier are graduates of the California Culinary Academy where they honed their culinary talents in continental cuisine. Casa Grande serve traditional Mexican favorites such as Chile Verde, Fajitas and enchiladas but also offers traditional favorites with a twist such as their spicy fish tacos where the fish is grilled rather than fried. Or try their fresh grilled vegetable quesadilla or fajitas. Casa Grande uses only the best cuts of meat, fresh seasonal vegetables, fresh seafood and you will only find canola and olive oil in their dishes.
I recently went to Casa Grande with my family, we all enjoyed the food and service. We have been dining at this restaurant since 2001 and we have no complaints. The staff was very courteous and the owner/chef was extremely hospitable. Yes, they offer a sophisticated twist in Mexican food, which is great. You can't compare this place to a Taqueria, this is a REAL Restaurant. As for those who have complaints, they are unable to differentiate and are lacking in refined tastes.
Awful. Overpriced. We were the only people in there and still couldn't get served.Tried to get their attention and they were to busy talking to each other to be bothered with us .Had their backs turned to us most of the time and didn't seem concerned about serving us.When we finally got our food the fish in the fish taco was burned and the carnitas was dry and tough. I do not understand how it got rated #2 in Tracy. Do not waste your time or money. Oh, and the place smells awful..Should've been our first clue..
The chef is a Class A cook and the non-mexican specials are the best part of the menu. The rest is OK Mexican, although the half-a-chicken is worth a trip. If wait staff seems stiff, I think it is because they do not all speak English well.
This restaurant is by far the worst I have ever encountered. Let me first start with the service. It took approx. 20 minutes from the time we sat down to get our drinks. The staff consisted of 5 waitresses and 1 waiter with only 8 tables to serve and when you are ready to order, you literally have to get out of your seat to get the attention of one of the staff to take your order. Second, the food at your local taco truck would have been far more appettizing then the mess we were served. Last but not least, the prices were extremely high even for those with disposable incomes.
Taco Bell competes with the quality of this so called Mexican place. The service is poor, they act like they are doing you a favor. The food doesent even come close to being authentic.
When I go to Chinese restaurants I always look for Asian people. You never see Latin people is this place. Please dont go here. Its a complete waste of money. Go to Los Potros down the way on 11th street. Way better than La Villa too. Los Potros is a hole in the wall but clean and the food is very very good.
We love this place for it delicious food; and great drinks too.
Yes.... I have checked out the other Tracy mexican restaurants and they do not compare.
Even those 'Best Of Tracy' do not come close to CASA GRANDE MEXICAN BAR restaurant.
My only request would be .... put Carnes En Su Jugos on the menu
I recently had a party at Casa grande, we were all shocked to the poor service and the food seemed to be pre-cooked. I will never eat at this place again, the food was terrible, parking was horrible, and to top it off the service was **(^&^.
Not just the best Mexican restaurant in Tracy, but the best of all the restaurants in Tracy. The owner/chef is classically trained and it shows in the food served. The nightly specials are usually not just Mexican cuisine and allows the chef Roberto Arias to shine.