Los Locos Tejas is a bar/restaurant with a predictably cheesy Tex-Mex theme - expect fake cacti and other typical trappings of the genre. The generic ... More
Los Locos Tejas
Los Locos Tejas is a bar/restaurant with a predictably cheesy Tex-Mex theme - expect fake cacti and other typical trappings of the genre. The generic food is quite reasonable at about £6 a dish, but it is certainly not spectacular. When the kitchen closes for the night, the dancing begins, and you only have to look at the variety of the theme nights to realise that you can't predict what will go on. Mondays are Cocktail Crazy soul and funk, Thursdays are Pure Cheeze, and Fridays and Saturdays are simply named Party Zone. The drinks menu is somewhat limited but the atmosphere of mindless fun and lack of self-consciousness displayed by the varied clientele may actually be an exercise in post-modern irony for some - or just a refreshing whiff of fresh (tequila-soaked) air in the haze of London's bars-du-jour.
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