As the saying goes, “Mi Casa es su casa…my home is your home.” Mi Casa is your home away from home. At Mi Casa, we aim to share an upscale experience where the Mexican border intersects with the passion, cooking and flavors of TexMex and the American Southwest. Our culinary team brings a fresh perspective to border cuisine as it evolved in the USA through the creative energy of the immigrants who imported these vibrant food cultures.
3321 Bistro is the Combination of typical food, beverage, and cooking style of several countries and cultures in Latin America, Spain and Italian cuisine. Latin America is a highly diverse area of land whose nations have varying cuisines. Some items typical of Latin American cuisine includes a mixture of: Tex Mex, Cuban, Peruvian, Argentinian, Italian, Dominican, and other Latin international dishes.
Energy, creativity, and the desire for a really great taco inspired the Nada concept. Downtown Cincinnati needed a place to go, revive, and relax after the busy pace of the metropolitan work scene. Since 2007, Nada has been delighting guests with craveable twists on the classics and border-blurring dishes inspired by food from around the globe. Nada has expanded to Columbus, Indianapolis, Nashville, and their first east coast installment in North Bethesda, MD. Each location is integrated into the local community and focuses on delivering an approachable, casual Mexican experience in a beautiful space. Snag guacamole and salsa to share, and dig in to punched-up tacos, Nada is all about great food and good times with amigos.
We believe a great dining experience begins with family. At our restaurants we combine great atmosphere with friendly staff and quality food. We hope the efforts of our family owned business reflect in the experience our guests have and make you feel right at home and part of our family.Our Specialties include Fajitas and Margaritas, and our salsa has been awarded as the best salsa in the area
Three brothers and a brother-in-law from El Salvador realized their long-held dream of opening a restaurant together in November of last year. Jaime Sorto, his brothers Hugo and Jose Bonilla, and his brother-in-law Jose Zelaya looked for a name that symbolizes their concept of two cultures coming together.They chose La Malinche, the name given to a historical figure who has been at the center of controversy for centuries. The noble Mexican woman was enslaved and given to Hernán Cortés, a Spanish conquistador. She became his interpreter and confidante. Their son was viewed as the first mestizo, a child of mixed blood.Many Mexicans consider La Malinche or Doña Marina to have been a traitor, but today, she is also honored as the symbolic mother of the country’s mixed-race people.At La Malinche, all of the starters, vegetables, meats and seafood are served as Spanish tapas, called botanas in Mexico.
Welcome to Rio Grande Bar & Grill Restaurant. We pride ourselves on having the best experience in the industry with all of our delicious, freshly prepared dishes and drinks. We are a family business for a family atmosphere to surround your meal and all your needs. In addition, our staff will always be attentive to your requests in our service as well.
Mi Rancho From scratch Mexican Food focus on 100% guest satisfaction. From our jumbo 32oz flaming margaritas to our hand made tortillas, we make everything fresh. Our beautiful furniture made in Mexican by some of the best artisans brings a lot of joy to our dining rooms. We have some meaningful hand painted walls around the restaurant for every guest to see our culture and traditions from a walls painted by a great Mexicans artist. Mi rancho is a great place for date, a birthday celebration, family or friends gathering. From our enchiladas, tacos, burritos or fajitas, there is always something to everyone's taste. Come for the food, stay for the experience. we are centrally located on route 3 by the mall and central park and less than a mile from interstate 95.