lafiesta1La Fiesta
Princess Shopping Center, 1207 Liberty Road Eldersburg, MD 21784
Phone: (410) 795-3188
Hours: 11am - 10pm

Vacation in the sunny southern part of the continent comes to mind when one enters La Fiesta, one of the Eldersburg’s Mexican restaurants. La Fiesta is located in the Princess Shopping Center on Route 26 in Eldersburg. The restaurant occupies a perfect spot, next to other popular town’s eateries and shops, providing a convenient place to park your car and accomplish several tasks at once. There is even a bowling alley in the same shopping center where the whole family can work off the calories gained from eating at La Fiesta. Colorful, cheerful, and vibrant are the adjectives that come to mind of someone just entering La Fiesta. The walls are painted dazzling purple, yellow, and green here, and decorated with even more colorful authentic Mexican pieces, like sombrero hats or sun shaped pottery wall hangings.

La Fiesta is open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., on Saturdays and Sundays it is open even longer, starting with breakfast at 8 a.m. These hours let everyone enjoy the fine Mexican cuisine offered here at the most convenient time. The atmosphere is friendly, relaxed, and joyful. Delicious hot food, lively Mexican music, and the vivid colors will cheer up any hungry newcomer. La Fiesta is just the place to visit on a cold winter evening or a steamy summer night. Every person in your party, from the small child to the mature sophisticated adult will find something they like on the menu. The choices are extensive and varied, from the mouth-watering crab and guacamole dips as appetizers to Chile Relleno for dinner. Dinner drinks as well, can be simple, like a carafe of Sangria, or complex, like peach or strawberry margarita. Margaritas are smooth, and perfectly balanced between the sweetness of fruit, the coolness of ice, and the warm jolt of the alcohol in them.

As you come inside La Fiesta, you are immediately lafiestainsidegreeted at the door and promptly seated at the table of your choice; within reason, of course. Complimentary hot chips accompanied by a moderately spicy cilantro salsa are served immediately. Drinks follow as you look at the menu to select your appetizers, soups, salads, and/or entrées. One of the most unusual, but lovely and flavorful soups offered her is Spinach Soup. Served with a warm tortilla and a bit of the Mexican cheese, it provides a nice opening to the rest of the scrumptious feast coming up. Burritos, enchiladas, tacos, chimichangas, and fajitas galore can satisfy any authentic Mexican food enthusiast. We recommend the seafood chimichanga for its sweet and savory sauce which brings out the flavor of shrimp, crabs, and scallops like no other. Children’s menu is quite traditional featuring everything that is “tried and true”: Chicken Nuggets, Chicken Fingers, Hot Dogs, etc. In addition, you can order an Enchilada with Rice for your little connoisseur. Any children’s entrée costs $4.50, not too bad…

Other prices are very reasonable as well. Most appetizers cost around $7 or $8, but you can enjoy a “half order”, which is rather convenient for everyone saving himself/herself for the main course. Entrees vary in price and can be as inexpensive as $8.95 for Chile Relleno or a Taco Salad, or a bit more for other types of main courses. The most expensive item on the menu, when it comes to entrees is Sea Scallops or Swordfish Fajita at $16.25 per order. Most entrees are priced in between, and every one of them is definitely worth the value assigned to it.

You won’t believe the desserts. Do you like Fried Ice Cream? They’ve got it! Do you like Choco Tacos? They’ve got them too! Other Mexican desserts are on the menu as well, affordable, sugary, and perfect to top your meal with.

So, what are you waiting for? Go to La Fiesta to dine out or to carry out!!! Contact them at 410-795-3188.

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