- Cuisines: Mexican, Spanish, Latin American
This place is large (it seats 330) but immensely popular; so despite its size, you may still have to wait for a table. Lauriol Plaza looks like a factory from the outside, but inside it's stunning. You have a choice of sitting at sidewalk tables, on the rooftop deck, or in the two-tiered dining room with its large mural of a Spanish fiesta on one wall and windows covering another. Try the margaritas, carne asada (grilled meat) fajitas, and tasty camarones diablo (six broiled jumbo shrimp seasoned with spices). Anything mesquite grilled is sure to please. Servings seem as large as the restaurant. Sunday brunch, also recommended, is served from 11am to 3pm. With so many diners here, Lauriol Plaza is a good place to people-watch.
- © Frommer's 2013
- Recommended 2009