Very nice staff and very good food. We enjoyed everything but the tres leches was the best I've ever had.
Excellent food & knowledgeable, kind server.
2nd visit to Santa Fe Grill & Bar and I had the exact same thing I had the first time because it was soooo good. I had the killer Cancun shrimp tacos and a frozen pineapple margarita. Our waitress was awesome and said she has to have these tacos at least once a week - I am thinking I will be in the same boat. I loved the flavors of the taco - fresh flour tortilla, shrimp, pickled onion, cabbage and BACON - they are not that big but they are full of flavor. I am going to keep swaying my friends to have dinner here with me on our GNO.
I have eaten here over the last year at least 6 times. Each time has become progressively worse. It is now to the point that I have taken this establishment off my list. The food was horrible. I had crab cakes that looked like they came out of can headed in a microwave then sauce put on it to hide the taste. Menu says handmade not true. My wifes tacos were burnt and instead of a soft taco shell it was cooked to a hard shell. Our grand daughter's meat in her taco l could not identify. If you go each the chips and salsa only they are ok. Real disappointment I wish them luck.
Visited Santa Fe with a friend. We had been there before and had great experiences. The restaurant was just about empty - it was early on a Tuesday evening. The bar area was busy. We each had their frozen margarita/sangria cocktail -- delicious. The food, however, was not as I had remembered. I ordered a quesadilla. That was ok. The guac and the pico that came with it, however, were absolutely inedible...I took one small taste and my mouth was on fire!! There was way too much jalapeno. The same was true for the salsa on the table. Our server told us that XXXX made the salsa, pico and guac today and that he puts a major amount of jalapeno in it.
I would think that an established restaurant would have an explicit recipe for their products so that it would be consistent regardless of which staff member produced it. If I go there again I will definitely get the frozen margarita/sangria and call it a night.
I enjoyed the menu the last time we came a year or so ago, so decided to ask friends to come. There was a party in a "private" room which was rather loud and made it difficult to hear. The food was still very good!
We hadn't been to this restaurant in a while and decided to take my niece and her husband so that they could try the guacamole bowl. To our disappointment, it is no longer made table-side. It was pre-made in the kitchen and a bit on the spicy side. The salsa for the table was also spicy, with no option for anything milder. They have changed the menu since we were there last, and my husband and I were disappointed. I requested the chicken enchiladas with green sauce. There was no sauce that I could see and the chicken was very dry. I had also requested refried beans and got black beans instead. The gentlemen asked for a second round of drinks, while both my niece and myself clearly declined another one. The waitress brought my niece another drink and then acted like she was surprised when we told her that it had not been requested. My niece accepted it as she didn't want to cause an issue for the waitress. There was not even an "I'm sorry for the mix up" from her. My husband and I were disappointed in and will probably not go back again.
This place was OK - nothing special. Service was really great, but the food was just average.
The food is fabulous, a real cut above the average Southwestern cuisine. The service was very friendly if a bit balky, but the food did arrive hot and they refilled our iced teas and chips a couple of times while we were waiting. It is the new family Tex.Mex.
we all enjoyed our meal, not smothered in cheese, liked that the salsa had a little kick and wasnt bland, was a little loud, but Bibliotecha area was quieter- we were there for paint nite- really fun time