La Fonda on Main is San Antonio's oldest Mexican restaurants having opened in 1932, it is located in the Monte Vista historic district in an old charming Spanish Revival style converted house. La Fonda has one of the most magnificent Patios in San Antonio, loved by both locals and visitors alike. Featuring some of the best Tex-Mex cuisine as well as some more creative Mexican dishes, you wont leave regretting La Fonda as your choice. Its a rare jewel treasured by everyone in the community.
The Ambiance at la Fonda on Main San AntonioLa Fonda on Main is upscale fun and casual, With one of the nicest patios in all of San Antonio. The plain white buildings has a red tile roof, adding a true authentic feel to La Fonda. The interior is very simple and inviting, making you feel warm and cozy. The patio is relaxed and causal, but also very lively. Its beautifully shaded with trees enough to block the sun from burning down on you, but still give you a magnificent view of the sky make it feel a lot more open. La Fonda on Main. At night the lights hanging from the trees are lit, adding to the beauty and tranquility making your experience at La Fonda much more memorable. The patio alone would be reason enough to go visit, but once you try it La Fonda will become one of your favorite spots.
The Menu at La Fonda on Main San AntonioLa Fonda on Main features authentic Tex-Mex cuisine, traditional Mexican cuisine as well as some more unique Mexican creations. Chef Javier Flores creates a unique special in the old Mexico style each week. You start the meal perfectly with a bold spicy salsa and an entire page of margaritas, as you skin through the menu you will happily surprised at all the fresh and inventive menu items. With choices like Enchiladas de Nopal, Carne Asada a la Tampiqueña, Oak Grilled Chicken Chalupa, and Tacos de Pescado you’ll have a hard time deciding what you want. After ordering your entrée you’ll already have your second visit planed so you can try another menu item. You can even order any of the menu items for take out. La Fonda features a special Sunday brunch with some outstanding authentic dishes, and what better setting for Sunday brunch than the beautiful shady patio featuring live music.
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