Juan’s Flying Burrito, New Orleans, LA Report #344

This place has been slinging Mexican food in New Orleans since 1997. It’s pretty popular, so I can’t believe I’ve never been here! Their website says when they came into being they were loosely based on San Francisco Mission-style burrito joints, that were in vogue during the 1980’s and early 90’s. Well, tonight was my… Continue reading Juan’s Flying Burrito, New Orleans, LA Report #344

2 Amigos Mexican Buffet, Kenner, LA Report #196

*******   PERMANENTLY CLOSED   ******* If you want high quality Tex Mex food, DO NOT come here!  As a kid I used to love a place called Pancho’s Mexican Buffet.  In fact, I think it was the first time I experienced an “all you can eat” buffet in my life!  There are no more Pancho’s in… Continue reading 2 Amigos Mexican Buffet, Kenner, LA Report #196

El Patron Mexican Grill & Cantina, Gretna, LA Report #131

  When I moved to the Westbank about 21 years ago, El Paso (Report #9), soon became my favorite place for Tex-Mex cuisine.  For awhile now I’ve been hearing El Patron was very good so I figured I’d give it a try. Pretty little place, with a nice outdoor dining area with ceiling fans blazing… Continue reading El Patron Mexican Grill & Cantina, Gretna, LA Report #131

La Fiesta, Gretna, LA Report # 33

  This may have been the first good Mexican restaurant I discovered when I moved to the Westbank of New Orleans in 1997.  Talk about a hole in the wall though.  They have 5 parking spots out front.  That dining room pic is the entire dining room minus one table and three booths, one of… Continue reading La Fiesta, Gretna, LA Report # 33