- 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Mon - Thu
- 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
- 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
- Sat - Sun
- 8:00 am - 11:00 pm
- by Pili P. on 01/20/2015
Don't eat here the food sucks the owner should taste the food he should be ashamed to call this tasteless food Latin Mexican after you eat this slop then you get your overpriced check don't worry about the tip its included they know you won't tip when you are dissatisfied with the food yuck!!!!!!
- by pcolagasbuddy on 09/21/2014
We enjoyed the food. The carnitas were great. Pricey for Mexican, but it IS in a tourist district in downtown.
- by macalls on 06/27/2012
Order the campechana(a mexican seafood cocktail) and a dosarita (dos equis margarita) They have the best of both. This is definitely a people watcher atmosphere and a great place to get fajitas!
- by on 04/07/2012
Employees are running around like chickens with their heads cut off. Most of them barely speak english! Last time I went my card was over charged an amount of $56.00! Employees and cashiers would not admit to their mistake and did not apologize! The manager didnt even want to credit the money back to my account! It took two weeks and several phone calls before I got my money back. That was just pathetic. The moral of this is employees need to learn english and have no business handling money transactions!
- by billy20772 on 11/25/2011
Worse high priced food I have ever had. Small servings cold food tasted horrible. I have eaten there many times but it is going down hill fast. $10 a plate you would expect more quality. Fire the cook or close the door!
- by on 07/25/2011
What a disappointment. When we were seated the hostess handed us a smaller menu and said that all appetizers and beer etc. were half price for happy hour. We ordered a beer for 4.25 and Quesadillas for about 6.95. We were under the impression that this meant beer would be 2.00 or so and the quesadillas about 3.50. Nope. Supposedly these were the half price prices. Really? Our quesadillas were hardly worth 6.95 meaning they were almost 12.00 for full price. We got 6 chunks of tortilla with some cheese inside. They tried to tell me that this would cost 12.00 regularly. Really? So this meant the Corona at full price would be 8.50. This was very deceptive and should have been explained better when we were seated. My girls got shirley temples for 3.25 each and our chili rellenos were on the soggy side. Surely there is better Mexican food in San Antonio because this is not it.
- by katwoman2010 on 10/11/2010
I like going to this restaurant for the atmosphere. You can sit outside and be a "people watcher", while having good Mexican food. The margaritas are pretty good too! If you go duringi Fiesta, get there early or you will have a long wait!
- by twain55 on 09/15/2010
I came here for lunch with a large group. The waitstaff was very friendly and the food came out very fast after we ordered. The chips and salsa was excellent. I had the enchilada verde lunch special. The plate was good but average. The price was very reasonable. I will go back.
- by on 05/31/2008
For starters, the service was awesome. My girlfriend and I were clueless on what we should order. They were very helpful with suggestions. On top of the great service, the food was delicious. My girlfriend was cold and they brought a table cloth out to use as a blanket to keep her warm. Great atmosphere, I thought i was in Mexico! Will definitely go back any time I am in the area.
- by on 02/24/2008
A friend and I tried to get into Mi Tierra at 7:00 on a Saturday night but opted for the slightly less busy La Margarita instead. Our table wait--which we were told would be 35 minutes--was about an hour, but the Pomegranite margaritas and people watching made up for it. The chips were hot and the salsa was authentic (soooo good). Our fajitas were yummy, although they only come with pico, guac, rice & charro beans, and some sour cream would have been a welcome addition. The only negative was the slow service, and I can't exactly fault the waitstaff. This is a tourist location and, in our section alone, we saw a softball team, business people in town for a conference, and a ton of vacationers with cameras and fanny packs. If you're in a rush or highly impatient, go somewhere else (out of El Mercado), if you like to people watch and kick back in a festive environment, try La Margarita.