Review: La Hacienda
Posted in the Woodcreek Forum
#1 Sep 16, 2013
Confusion all night. For starters, why have two restaurants in a town this small with the same name where one serves traditional TexMex and the other entirely something else. Big crowd on Friday night, likely due to the novelty of a new place, because it couldn't have been the food. Service? I almost left after being there for 1.5 hours when our food arrived. Orders were mixed up, incorrect, small portioned, expensive, and not exactly savory (btw... want chips and salsa?$5.) They are quick to replace your bar drink (cha-ching), but water?(btw.., you have to ask for a glass of water.) Will NOT go back until the menu and management change.
#2 Sep 17, 2013
Thanks for the report. I won't visit anytime soon. Took forever for this place to open.
#3 Sep 19, 2013
Well, the service was great. Very beautiful building inside and out. Menu choices are small, great if you only have a taste for enchiladas or cheese steak with beans. Overall was a good experience. One of those places that you go to once.
#4 Oct 30, 2013
Overheard assuming he was the owner, complain himself..... does this place have any management?
Bad service, food was mediocre, staff seemed bothered.
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