La Feria Mexican Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 6301 W Parmer LN A

    Austin, TX 78729

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  • 512-326-8301

About La Feria Mexican Restaurant

Categories
  • Mexican Restaurants
  • Restaurants
  • Grill Restaurants
Details
  • $
  • Brunch
  • Cheap Eats
  • Family-Friendly Dining
  • Group Dining
  • Happy Hour
  • Local Favorite
  • Lunch Spot
  • People Watching
  • Open 7 Days
Hours
M-F 11am-10pm, Sa 9am-10pm, Su 9am-3pm
Special Offer
Try our Fajitas!
Emails
  • cestrada515@gmail.com
Year Established
  • 1993
Keywords
  • mexican restaurant
  • restaurant
  • bar
  • grill
  • catering
  • dinner
  • lunch
  • carry out
  • fajitas
  • margaritas
  • authentic
Payment Options
  • American Express
  • Cash
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
Languages
  • English

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    La Feria is a fun place with good food. The location is great when driving to or from downtown. Go and enjoy!

    4
    ★★★★☆

    La Feria is a fun place with good food. The location is great when driving to or from downtown. Go and enjoy!

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    My family and I have eaten at La Ferias since I was a kid, and we continue to eat there (at least once a week). It is family owned and operated and a true Austin original. The food is great and very reasonably priced, plates are large and I always have left overs, and the drink specials kick ass! When I leave Austin for any period of time La Feria's is the FIRST place I eat when I get back!

    2
    ★★★★★

    My family and I have eaten at La Ferias since I was a kid, and we continue to eat there (at least once a week). It is family owned and operated and a true Austin original. The food is great and very reasonably priced, plates are large and I always have left overs, and the drink specials kick ass! When I leave Austin for any period of time La Feria's is the FIRST place I eat when I get back!

    Pros: Great food, Great drinks, Great price

    Cons: NADA

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    NOT EVER GOING BACK in that place myself, and I don't recommend you go either. Management does not care about its loyal patrons and seems to not care about the consistency and quality of its food either. Stay far away! Better yet, go next door to Sazon. At least you will be spending your hard earned money in a place that will treat you with respect.

    0
    ★☆☆☆☆

    NOT EVER GOING BACK in that place myself, and I don't recommend you go either. Management does not care about its loyal patrons and seems to not care about the consistency and quality of its food either. Stay far away! Better yet, go next door to Sazon. At least you will be spending your hard earned money in a place that will treat you with respect.

    Pros: Close to where I live, that's about it

    Cons: Inconsistent food, ARROGANT PISSY KID MANAGER

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    I'm a restaurant kitchen spy. I don't accept that it's ok for restaurant kitchens to be messy. I find myself peeking into the kitchens of the restaurants I patronize and have without doubt, spared myself great gastronomical misery because of it. WIth La Feria, I must say, I did not find so much as a piece of a tortilla chip anywhere on the floor. I'm glad to report that they run a tight ship with their nice, clean kitchen.
    HOWEVER, I'm not too keen on the way the baskets of tortilla chips are prefilled and stacked up to the ceiling filling a whole wall of shelves. Lots and lots of chips, FOOD THAT WE EAT, are left out in the open air (next to the kitchen door which is only steps from the building's entrance, which is very close to a exceedingly busy Lamar Boulevard) exposed to dust and particulates. For this I say tsk...tsk...tsk...
    Foods should be sealed not only for freshness, but also for keeping free of pollutants. Even if chip basket turnover time is within a lunch hour, it's simply bad form. It doesn't look good to see nor is appetizing to think how the chips are kept. Taking a bit of time to fill the baskets as they are ordered can only be good business and will keep all of us confident in the care and quality of their food products.
    I love their Broiled Chicken smothered in cheese, mushrooms and other veggies. The name of the dish escapes me, but it's about the best plate that I've found here that is absolutely scrumptious neary every time.
    And, it's not loaded with mostly rice and beans, which is essentially trash food that I don't think is worth paying $8-9 a plate for. One of my pet peeves with Mexican dishes is the 3 oz of meat/cheese that comes with gobs n gobs of beans and rice. Mexican food is way overpriced in this town.

    1
    ★★☆☆☆

    I'm a restaurant kitchen spy. I don't accept that it's ok for restaurant kitchens to be messy. I find myself peeking into the kitchens of the restaurants I patronize and have without doubt, spared myself great gastronomical misery because of it. WIth La Feria, I must say, I did not find so much as a piece of a tortilla chip anywhere on the floor. I'm glad to report that they run a tight ship with their nice, clean kitchen.
    HOWEVER, I'm not too keen on the way the baskets of tortilla chips are prefilled and stacked up to the ceiling filling a whole wall of shelves. Lots and lots of chips, FOOD THAT WE EAT, are left out in the open air (next to the kitchen door which is only steps from the building's entrance, which is very close to a exceedingly busy Lamar Boulevard) exposed to dust and particulates. For this I say tsk...tsk...tsk...
    Foods should be sealed not only for freshness, but also for keeping free of pollutants. Even if chip basket turnover time is within a lunch hour, it's simply bad form. It doesn't look good to see nor is appetizing to think how the chips are kept. Taking a bit of time to fill the baskets as they are ordered can only be good business and will keep all of us confident in the care and quality of their food products.
    I love their Broiled Chicken smothered in cheese, mushrooms and other veggies. The name of the dish escapes me, but it's about the best plate that I've found here that is absolutely scrumptious neary every time.
    And, it's not loaded with mostly rice and beans, which is essentially trash food that I don't think is worth paying $8-9 a plate for. One of my pet peeves with Mexican dishes is the 3 oz of meat/cheese that comes with gobs n gobs of beans and rice. Mexican food is way overpriced in this town.

    Pros: Most of the time I'm a satisfied customer

    Cons: Eating here may depend of who's cooking that day

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    Whenever I visit family in Austin, we go to La Feria. We like to sit out on the porch, but the interior dining area is lively as well. The drinks are strong, the food is delicious. You can stay as long as you like and let the little kids move around. It's a very laid back place.

    5
    ★★★★★

    Whenever I visit family in Austin, we go to La Feria. We like to sit out on the porch, but the interior dining area is lively as well. The drinks are strong, the food is delicious. You can stay as long as you like and let the little kids move around. It's a very laid back place.

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    we love it hear, great for big parties out on the patio. The mariachis they have are fun. Great food, reasonable prices and South Austin loves this place.

    5
    ★★★★★

    we love it hear, great for big parties out on the patio. The mariachis they have are fun. Great food, reasonable prices and South Austin loves this place.

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    Our first visit yesterday was a very pleasant surprise--the $6.49 lunch menu, which includes iced tea with all options, was not your typical tacos or cheese enchiladas. I ordered the chicken enchilada with poblano sauce, and my companion ordered the spinach verde option, both were delicious! I appreciate a Mexican restaurant that provides a homemade salsa (theirs had chunks fresh onion and chopped cilantro), good 'corny' tortilla chips (not greasy), pleasant Mexican music playing (adds to the atmosphere), brewed iced tea, a pre-heated plate to keep the food warm, and a pleasant waitstaff. La Feria was on target with all of the above. My enchiladas were packed with shredded chicken, smothered with a intense green, creamy poblano sauce and topped with a little melted jack cheese, refried beans were good and the Spanish rice was average--all was served hot and prompt. The spinach enchildas were swimming in a nice verde sauce, and topped with cheese, accompanied with black beans and rice. I'm looking forward to returning soon!

    2
    ★★★★☆

    Our first visit yesterday was a very pleasant surprise--the $6.49 lunch menu, which includes iced tea with all options, was not your typical tacos or cheese enchiladas. I ordered the chicken enchilada with poblano sauce, and my companion ordered the spinach verde option, both were delicious! I appreciate a Mexican restaurant that provides a homemade salsa (theirs had chunks fresh onion and chopped cilantro), good 'corny' tortilla chips (not greasy), pleasant Mexican music playing (adds to the atmosphere), brewed iced tea, a pre-heated plate to keep the food warm, and a pleasant waitstaff. La Feria was on target with all of the above. My enchiladas were packed with shredded chicken, smothered with a intense green, creamy poblano sauce and topped with a little melted jack cheese, refried beans were good and the Spanish rice was average--all was served hot and prompt. The spinach enchildas were swimming in a nice verde sauce, and topped with cheese, accompanied with black beans and rice. I'm looking forward to returning soon!

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    My wife and I are regular saturday afternoon customers. We only discovered this restaurant a couple of months ago. I love the cheese enchiladas, they remind me of old Austin Mexican food circa 1960's, and my wife tries and, so far, likes every dish she has tasted. The frozen margaritas are well above average. Our service has been great, but we do not go during peak service hours. Definitely worth a try.

    2
    ★★★★★

    My wife and I are regular saturday afternoon customers. We only discovered this restaurant a couple of months ago. I love the cheese enchiladas, they remind me of old Austin Mexican food circa 1960's, and my wife tries and, so far, likes every dish she has tasted. The frozen margaritas are well above average. Our service has been great, but we do not go during peak service hours. Definitely worth a try.

    Pros: great food, reasonably priced

    Cons: average flour tortillas

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    The food was cheap yet a bit bland. The atmosphere was okay. The food came out fast enough, however the rest of the service was slow.

    1
    ★★★☆☆

    The food was cheap yet a bit bland. The atmosphere was okay. The food came out fast enough, however the rest of the service was slow.

    Pros: Parking, price

    Cons: Taste, service

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    The first time I went I thought maybe they were just closing down and that's why the service was bad. NOPE. Second time I went, same thing. First off no one has the least interest in approaching you when you enter the door and there is no sign as to seating yourself or whatever. The waitress brought the wrong food out, I had to get silverware from another table to eat with myself. I had to nearly stand up and flag someone down for some more salsa and then get up and find someone other than my waitress (who replaced the first gentleman who actually had good manners!) for my check when I was ready. Then no one came around to ask me if I was ready to pay. I had to find someone to do this as well.

    HORRIBLE SERVICE!!! I WILL NOT GO HERE A 3RD TIME!!!!

    0
    ★☆☆☆☆

    The first time I went I thought maybe they were just closing down and that's why the service was bad. NOPE. Second time I went, same thing. First off no one has the least interest in approaching you when you enter the door and there is no sign as to seating yourself or whatever. The waitress brought the wrong food out, I had to get silverware from another table to eat with myself. I had to nearly stand up and flag someone down for some more salsa and then get up and find someone other than my waitress (who replaced the first gentleman who actually had good manners!) for my check when I was ready. Then no one came around to ask me if I was ready to pay. I had to find someone to do this as well.

    HORRIBLE SERVICE!!! I WILL NOT GO HERE A 3RD TIME!!!!

    Pros: There was cheese on it.

    Cons: The service is horrible and apparently they have better things to do than wait on customers!!!

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    This has been my favorite mexican restaurant since freshman year in college. The food is the best part, yummy, and they have a good festive atmosphere. The flautas are good and my friend likes the chicken/cheese chimichanga. People call me crazy but I like the food here better than Hula Hut or Chuy's or any of the other local favorites.

    2
    ★★★★★

    This has been my favorite mexican restaurant since freshman year in college. The food is the best part, yummy, and they have a good festive atmosphere. The flautas are good and my friend likes the chicken/cheese chimichanga. People call me crazy but I like the food here better than Hula Hut or Chuy's or any of the other local favorites.

    Pros: Awesome food and fun atmosphere

    Cons: Sometimes service is a bit slow

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    this place is CHEAP (for lunch) - and its lunch specials arent bad. This is not gourmet - its down and dirty tex-mex, but its not terrible. If you want something real good - go down the road to Polvo's - but pay more and wait a while. If they could only get a really good cook they would be doing alright.

    1
    ★★☆☆☆

    this place is CHEAP (for lunch) - and its lunch specials arent bad. This is not gourmet - its down and dirty tex-mex, but its not terrible. If you want something real good - go down the road to Polvo's - but pay more and wait a while. If they could only get a really good cook they would be doing alright.

    Pros: price

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    We ordered the fajitas and they were horrible. The beef was chewy and bad quality. After trying the beef, I thought the chicken could not be worse, but it was. I do not know how you screw up fajitas. On top of that, the service was horrible. I never had my glass filled. It was not as if the waiters were busy because the place was half empty.

    The salsa was had too much cilantro, but that be a personal preference. I thought it was watery but girlfriend did not think so.

    0
    ★☆☆☆☆

    We ordered the fajitas and they were horrible. The beef was chewy and bad quality. After trying the beef, I thought the chicken could not be worse, but it was. I do not know how you screw up fajitas. On top of that, the service was horrible. I never had my glass filled. It was not as if the waiters were busy because the place was half empty.

    The salsa was had too much cilantro, but that be a personal preference. I thought it was watery but girlfriend did not think so.

    Pros: cheap

    Cons: everything else

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    Had a wonderful time here. Great service, food and ambiance. Would definitely come again. There's a outside dining area as well.

    2
    ★★★★☆

    Had a wonderful time here. Great service, food and ambiance. Would definitely come again. There's a outside dining area as well.

    Pros: food, ambience, service

    Cons: none i can think of

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    Standard fare that won't break the bank. Ritas are inexpensive and the food is nothing outstanding, but not terrible either. Great for kids and families!

    2
    ★★★★☆

    Standard fare that won't break the bank. Ritas are inexpensive and the food is nothing outstanding, but not terrible either. Great for kids and families!

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    My husband and I discovered this place about 5 years ago and it never lets us down. The food is reasonably priced and consistantly good . We live north of the river and drive to the South Lamar location once a week to get our fix. We constantly find ourselves measuring new places for Mexican food against this one. The music is never too loud (THANK YOU!) for you to converse. Friendly service, too.

    2
    ★★★★★

    My husband and I discovered this place about 5 years ago and it never lets us down. The food is reasonably priced and consistantly good . We live north of the river and drive to the South Lamar location once a week to get our fix. We constantly find ourselves measuring new places for Mexican food against this one. The music is never too loud (THANK YOU!) for you to converse. Friendly service, too.

    Pros: Good food, margaritas, and prices

    Cons: none

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    La Feria is our default place to go for queso and ritas. It is comfortable, the staff is friendly, and it's not overpriced. We love to sit out on the patio when it's not too hot.

    2
    ★★★★★

    La Feria is our default place to go for queso and ritas. It is comfortable, the staff is friendly, and it's not overpriced. We love to sit out on the patio when it's not too hot.

    Pros: great ritas, great queso, good prices

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    Have Linda serve you a few margaritas and you'll be in heaven. Seriously, one or two of those, and you'll need a designated driver. Plus, there's all day happy hour on tuesdays.

    2
    ★★★★★

    Have Linda serve you a few margaritas and you'll be in heaven. Seriously, one or two of those, and you'll need a designated driver. Plus, there's all day happy hour on tuesdays.

    Pros: linda, margaritas, happy hour

    Cons: atmosphere

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    This was the first Mexican restaurant I ate at upon moving to Austin & I've been there countless times since then. You can't beat the lunch specials (5.25 w/ bottomless iced tea & all the chips and salsa you can eat). Plus they have outdoor seating & live mariachi sometimes

    PROS: food, price, location
    CONS:

    4
    ★★★★☆

    This was the first Mexican restaurant I ate at upon moving to Austin & I've been there countless times since then. You can't beat the lunch specials (5.25 w/ bottomless iced tea & all the chips and salsa you can eat). Plus they have outdoor seating & live mariachi sometimes

    PROS: food, price, location
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    Good food, reasonable prices, and prompt service make for a great dining experience at La Feria.

    2
    ★★★★☆

    Good food, reasonable prices, and prompt service make for a great dining experience at La Feria.

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    I went here for lunch once and was not too impressed. My suggestion is to go for dinner and enjoy a rita or two. The lunch was rushed and the food seemed bland.

    1
    ★★★☆☆

    I went here for lunch once and was not too impressed. My suggestion is to go for dinner and enjoy a rita or two. The lunch was rushed and the food seemed bland.

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    Get the Shrimp La Feria. It's amazing! Everything else I've tried on the menu has been solid. And their magarita's are strong and cheap. This is the great inexpensive Mexican place that your searching for.

    2
    ★★★★★

    Get the Shrimp La Feria. It's amazing! Everything else I've tried on the menu has been solid. And their magarita's are strong and cheap. This is the great inexpensive Mexican place that your searching for.

    Message from La Feria Mexican Restaurant

    South-of-the-border cuisine that's just waiting to tantalize your taste buds is always the fare at La Feria Mexican Restaurant. When you're ready to dig into a truly awesome Mexican feast with both hands, you need to make a quick trip to our Mexican restaurant in Austin, TX. Whether you crave zesty meats, crisp salads, fresh tortillas, and more, we have you covered.



    We are your premier source when you're wanting to get your fill of all your Mexican favorites under one roof while enjoying a good time in an energetic setting. Our talented chefs are highly-skilled at preparing authentic Mexican dishes with all the spices and flavorings you desire. The food is fresh, the atmosphere is fun, and the service is second to none. The best lineup of drinks is always in abundance at La Feria Mexican Restaurant. Check out our vast selection of margaritas, martinis, domestic and imported beers, fine wines, and numerous top-shelf liquors. These go over even better during Happy Hour which takes place every day from 3 to 7 p.m.



    And just when you thought your evening couldn't get any better, the lively music of the popular Mexican Mariachi Relampago will put you in an even more festive mood every Thursday evening from 7 to 9 p.m.



    Want to share this fantastic food with all your friends? Let us cater your next event when you really want to make a big splash. We'll put together a colorful creation of all your favorites to help make any event a huge success.



    Stop by La Feria Mexican Restaurant today or call (512) 326-8301 for more information or to place a catering order.

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