We love Armando’s. If you make a reservation, your table is waiting . . .period! There is no waiting around 15-20 minutes until your table is ready; it is sitting there empty waiting for you. Lots of people show up without reservations, see empty tables and think they can get right in, but those tables are being held for people with reservations, so the people are told they have to wait. They get upset looking at the empty tables and pitch a fit, so Armando gets upset and sends them on their way. My recommendation? Always make a reservation and you will have a great experience. Good food and GREAT Margaritas!
I had lunch with my girlfriends at Armando's Bar and Grill, we enjoyed drinking our margarita's, we even met the owner Armando he's a very pleasant and humble guy.
If you like to have a good time eating and enjoying your drinks this is the place to be.
Not sure why this place is busy since the food is just average and the owner, Armando, has a terrible temper and points fingers at and yells at the people who eat and drink there. They count on the tourist trade, because the locals who support restaurants off season no longer want to put up with the owner's bad attitude. The service is also rushed as they want you to get out fast. There are way better Mexican restaurants where they appreciate the clientele.
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