Casa Margarita

★★★☆☆
  • 32 S La Grange Rd

    La Grange, IL 60525

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  • 708-354-2272

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Had lunch here with my daughter great food nice service and the prices were reasonable I love Mexican food and enjoy trying new restaurants all the time.

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Had lunch here with my daughter great food nice service and the prices were reasonable I love Mexican food and enjoy trying new restaurants all the time.

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I have had lunch here a number of times and I have been very satisfied. Everything I have ever ordered was good. The interior is a little dark, but otherwise it's not bad. The service has always been good and we have always gotten in and out.

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★★★★☆

I have had lunch here a number of times and I have been very satisfied. Everything I have ever ordered was good. The interior is a little dark, but otherwise it's not bad. The service has always been good and we have always gotten in and out.

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Although, not really a place for fine dining, the food is good and there is a lot of it. Definitely a place for a good meal or out with friends and family!

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★☆☆☆☆

Although, not really a place for fine dining, the food is good and there is a lot of it. Definitely a place for a good meal or out with friends and family!

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the guy below is insane. this place is so good from the food to the decor to the service! it is fairly inexpensive for the amount of food you get, soup, chips and dip with every dinner. if you are a regular or lucky they will even give you some sugared chips and chocolate sauce for desert complimentary. its a hidden gem only the regulars know about.

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★★★★☆

the guy below is insane. this place is so good from the food to the decor to the service! it is fairly inexpensive for the amount of food you get, soup, chips and dip with every dinner. if you are a regular or lucky they will even give you some sugared chips and chocolate sauce for desert complimentary. its a hidden gem only the regulars know about.

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We've been to the Orland Park location many times and decided to try out the other location in downtown LaGrange. We ordered our usual and the food was just as good as the Orland Park location. The service was prompt and our server was friendly and professional. The food came out nice and hot. We ordered dessert... fried ice cream of course and it was to die for! I've never had a tastier or bigger fried ice cream than this one! My wife and I hung around after dinner for a few margaritas. My wife had a "swirl" which was frozen margarita swirled with frozen sangria and it was TASTY!! If we are in this area again we'll be back... otherwise we will continue to dine at the other location. Keep up the great work people!

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★★★★★

We've been to the Orland Park location many times and decided to try out the other location in downtown LaGrange. We ordered our usual and the food was just as good as the Orland Park location. The service was prompt and our server was friendly and professional. The food came out nice and hot. We ordered dessert... fried ice cream of course and it was to die for! I've never had a tastier or bigger fried ice cream than this one! My wife and I hung around after dinner for a few margaritas. My wife had a "swirl" which was frozen margarita swirled with frozen sangria and it was TASTY!! If we are in this area again we'll be back... otherwise we will continue to dine at the other location. Keep up the great work people!

Pros: Authentic Mexcian food, the best margaritas, friendly staff!

Cons: NONE

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Despite a lush interior, replete with fountains, artificial trees, and traditional spanish tiling, Casa Margarita serves food that is sorely lacking in both presentation and content. It may cause some to wonder why a restaurant, which would be willing to put so much money into its decor, could so grossly neglect what is of paramount importance for a fullfilling dining experience- the food. The answer, however, is clear to anyone familiar with the restaurant business or the general principles of marketing. The interior design of Casa Margarita is the marketing, and is meant to seduce you through their front doors. The general business model at Casa Margarita is aimed at a demographic (unfortunately an ample one) of uneducated, unsavvy diners who mainly go out to get full, and having been deprived of the rich and diverse cuisine of real Mexican food all their lives, would never know the difference between actual ethnic cuisine and the mass-produced, sterile, and flavorless food that Casa Margarita serves. Thus Casa Margarita thrives on the average diner's ignorance and susceptibility to a lavish interior. Unable to see the charade to which he has become a victim, he assumes that he is having cuisine that resembles the indigenous food of Mexico. However, he couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, what he is being serves scarcely resembles Mexican cuisne at all. Thus, Casa Margarita makes a mockery of both the Mexican heritage of cuisine and the consumer. Without proper education and exposure to real Mexican food, establishments like Casa Margarita will continue to exist, exploiting the general populace's ignorance.

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★☆☆☆☆

Despite a lush interior, replete with fountains, artificial trees, and traditional spanish tiling, Casa Margarita serves food that is sorely lacking in both presentation and content. It may cause some to wonder why a restaurant, which would be willing to put so much money into its decor, could so grossly neglect what is of paramount importance for a fullfilling dining experience- the food. The answer, however, is clear to anyone familiar with the restaurant business or the general principles of marketing. The interior design of Casa Margarita is the marketing, and is meant to seduce you through their front doors. The general business model at Casa Margarita is aimed at a demographic (unfortunately an ample one) of uneducated, unsavvy diners who mainly go out to get full, and having been deprived of the rich and diverse cuisine of real Mexican food all their lives, would never know the difference between actual ethnic cuisine and the mass-produced, sterile, and flavorless food that Casa Margarita serves. Thus Casa Margarita thrives on the average diner's ignorance and susceptibility to a lavish interior. Unable to see the charade to which he has become a victim, he assumes that he is having cuisine that resembles the indigenous food of Mexico. However, he couldn't be further from the truth. In fact, what he is being serves scarcely resembles Mexican cuisne at all. Thus, Casa Margarita makes a mockery of both the Mexican heritage of cuisine and the consumer. Without proper education and exposure to real Mexican food, establishments like Casa Margarita will continue to exist, exploiting the general populace's ignorance.

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We decided to have a girls night out and figured we'd try a new place. Well let me say I'm so glad we stopped in here for dinner and drinks. The margaritas are just awesome and strong to say the least. The food is authentic and was very tasty. I had the Huachinango and it was prepared great and they put some good effort into presentation. I would recomment this place to anyone who likes good and authentic Mexican food and margaritas. Last but not least, the staff was among the friendliest I've ever experienced.

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★★★★★

We decided to have a girls night out and figured we'd try a new place. Well let me say I'm so glad we stopped in here for dinner and drinks. The margaritas are just awesome and strong to say the least. The food is authentic and was very tasty. I had the Huachinango and it was prepared great and they put some good effort into presentation. I would recomment this place to anyone who likes good and authentic Mexican food and margaritas. Last but not least, the staff was among the friendliest I've ever experienced.

Pros: Authentic Mexican food, margaritas, and very friendly staff.

 

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