Food and service was pretty good! Liked the variety of their margaritas. Everything seemed really fresh.
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My family was thrilled when La Casitas reopened and the owner is so nice. We love the food and we do not get sick to our stomachs from it like some other places up here. Their Margaritas are fantastic as well as the food. There...More
We have never had a bad experience here. The food is excellent. The margaritas are fantastic. Love the owner and her younger son who is always respectful and accommodating.
The best a small town has to offer. This place is family owned and operated and will lift your "spirits" and your cares away.
I have frequented La Casita often, and have never had a bad experience. Great salsa and margaritas. Full bar, unlike other Mexican restaurants on the mountain. Chips are light and fresh. Great tacos of any kind, Burrito de Puerco is yummy as is the Chile...More
Stopped here after a flight from London to LA and a long drive up through heavy traffic. Great menu and the food we had was tasty and very welcoming to jet lagged customers!
Horrible! Avoid this joint. My boyfriend and I eat Mexican food on the regular, and coming from LA/OC, we know the greatest dives/joints to get our Mexican food fix. La Casita is a dump. First, the girl at the register seemed confused when we said...More
My son and daughter in-law took my grand daughter and I to their local Mexican food eatery. I was amazed how delicious the meal was. I had missed some down home cooking and this place is a hit for our next trip
Cute little place. Salsa was good despite they used Italian Parsley and not Cilantro by accident. Enchiladas were above average and Carnitas were excellent.
I order fajitas. They come out covered in what resembled teriyaki sauce. The waitress said, "I know you ordered them without it but this is how its made, give it a try, if you don't like it we'll fix it" so I put two small...More