In San Antonio, “The Mecca of Mexican Cuisine,” the Cortez Family and the entire staff of La Margarita welcomes you to the “Home of the Sizzling Fajitas.” Here, the most exciting dishes from across the border are presented to the most discriminating tastes.
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Mon - Thu 1:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:45PM 8:00PM - 10:00PM
Great food great location unfriendly waiting staff
Usually LaMargarita’s is excellent. We went Monday evening, and the chips were stale, Enchilada’s were really off. Our daughter got sick. Quesadilla my Mom has was good.
We drove from Houston, TX to there to celebrate my sister's bachelorette dinner, we arrived very late but they saved our table, we got stuck in construction traffic and it meant alot that the table was still ready for us. The dinner, the service, drinks, all was perfect!
It was as yummy as always!!
Food was cold and poor service. It wasn’t busy but we had to basically beg someone to come by just to order a drink and app. Margaritas were good but the food was horrible. Between that and the wait to order anything, we didn’t stay for a main course.
We’re here on vacation and wanted authentic Tex-Mex and found it here! Also loved the live Mariachi musicians!
Great experience, food and culture in the heart of the San Antonio market place!
Was really glad we had a reservation as there was a 45 minute wait. Our server did a great job and the food was better than your average Mexican food.
It was just ok. The food was nothing spectacular and it was so loud I could barely hear my husband speak.
Ive been coming here for years, more choices for my vegetarian friends than Mi Tierra. While Market Square attracts a lot of tourists, this place has been serving delicious Tex-Mex for decades.
$80 for two lunches with three drinks. Food was average at best. Fajitas were brought out room temperature and barely seasoned. Chile con queso had one pepper in it.
Solid food, a little hassle with the table which almost eliminated the purpose of reservations
We got there sat down, ordered our food & when we asked for our tortillas, they said they didn't have any
Great atmosphere and really good reasonably priced food.
Enjoyed sitting on the veranda and watching the activity in the market.
Such an amazing experience! We celebrated an 87th birthday and it was so much fun! The food, the music, the margaritas and the service were absolutely perfect. So very happy with our choice of La Margarita to host the festivities!
Best tortillas I have ever had... and I was born and raised in Texas, so I've had plenty of tortillas! :) The fajitas are really tasty.
The Mariachis, while a wonderful cultural feature of the restaurant, were intolerably loud when they were playing. The restaurant is too noisy overall for an optimum experience.
When friends come to San Antonio we always recommend a stop at La Margarita!
The atmosphere at this restaurant was great! Trios and Mariachis walking around playing music on request. Make sure you show up hungry and thirsty. Good chips and salsa is usually a good indication the food will be good and the food was great with large portions. The margaritas were very good. The good food and drinks were complimented by very good service. Will definitely go back!
Loved this authentic Mexican restaurant. Indoor or outdoor dining. We chose outdoor, under a canapy. Strolling musicians added great ambiance to the meal. I enjoyed one of my favorites, chili relleno. A tasty poblano pepper filled with meat and cheese, served with spanish rice, refried beans and guacamole salad. My wife had the chickwn fajita's. Both dishes were fantastic. I wnjkywd the el don margarita (top shelf) and my wife has a pomegranate margarita. I recommend both.
The service was not that great. We had to wave our waiter several times for a refill of a drink. I wouldn’t go back. Just because of the service.
Meal was excellent. Waiter was not as attentive as he should have been. Taking his break at the bar and he was more focused on eating at the bar then his customers.
The open table reservations said the earliest opening was at 7:15. We arrived at 6:45 and the restaurant was about a third full. There were many empty tables. I mentioned this to the hostess and she said she would mention this to general manager.
Food was great.
Took my daughter and her boyfriend to dinner for her 21st birthday. They had a Mariachi band, so I paid for her birthday serenade...my job to make her special birthday memorable!! After dinner was over, the staff brought her birthday cake & serenaded her again!!
The food was only average
great customer services! waiter are the BEST, food came out HOT!
Good quick food. Good location. Very loud thought then the mariachi band started playing
Had an excellent meal at La Margarita near the historic market square. Very active and lively environment. Food was outstanding. I sat on the patio and enjoyed watching the comings and goings.
There was a mariachi band (though they charged $20 per song for requests).
Service was good. I would not say service was outstanding but that isn’t a criticism. It was what I would expect service to be.
Would highly recommend and would go again.
The Market area closes early during the week, so atmosphere was really dead around the restaurant. Nothing to see or do there after 6pm. Not sure if it is the same on weekends
Authentic San Antonio! Took my cousin from Louisiana to dinner while he was here on business. We enjoyed the food and ambiance! Our waiter was very attentive, but it was very loud. We had to speak loudly to hear one another. Everything else was great!
What a festive restaurant! The staff was lively and friendly. We were welcomed and treated to superb service. We had the combo fajitas which were served sizzling. The rice and beans were far superior to the competition. But the best item of all was the Mexican shrimp cocktail- it was one of the best I’ve ever had! The tomato juice had nice flavor, the shrimp were cut in bite-size pieces, and the avocado was nice and fresh. The free salsa was sick, not chunky, and very spicy. We were shocked that our five-year-old ate a whole bowl himself. But it sure was good. My frozen margarita was fantastic was my treat, but the kids loved the rich flan. If we lived in San Antonio, this would be our regular place to go to. It was a nice evening sitting on the patio and watching the shoppers walk by.
We took our guests for a meal that was excellent but couldn't enjoy our conversation due to the loud music. Restaurant sound & conversation is one thing butthe horn & constant music of the traveling mariachis was a definite deterrent to our enjoyment. A stage for performances might be better. Food and service was great and the portions were generous so no complaints there.
We went on the recommendation of a friend who lives in the area. It was very crowded and we were thankful that we had a reservation. Our waiter was accommodating, but kind of gruff. The food was underwhelming. I have eaten at many Mexican restaurants in the US and this would not be one where I’d want to return. I’ve had much better
Great service and amazing food
The service was outstanding, presentation of food from cooks and servers and their knowledge of menu and food pairing, I was blown away ! The food was amazing we had enchiladas and the flavors and sauces just to die for! Gotta love them margaritas!! Don’t change a thing !! Will be back for more!!
Not as good as it used to be. We used to order fajitas that were full of flavor and I can not say that about this experience.
My reservation was for outside. Not only were we not seated outside (and told it was full and we could wait), we were seated at, likely, the worst table in the restaurant... about 4 feet from the bar, and right where the staff came to pick up drinks. I mean, that's the best place to sit somewhere there with a 4yo and a 16yo, right?🙄
Food wasn't good. Queso lacks any flavor, whatsoever. The bean and cheese nachos were really cheese nachos because the beans were either sparse or covered in a whole block of cheese. My little ones soft chicken taco couldn't even be eaten. Not only was the flavor of the chicken gross, but the time she got it, the juices had soaked through the corn tortilla.
Won't go back. Won't recommend. There are too many other good places to eat in San Antonio.
Food excellent, as always. Particularly enjoyed the baked oysters. The quality of all their ingredients is outstanding.
It was just mediocre. I dined many times at La Margarita back in the 1980’s. Traveling back to San Antonio for work, I couldn’t wait to return. Quite disappointed in overall experience
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