La Fuente Locations & Hours Near Carson City, NV - YP.com

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12/22/2011
By: xcellis
El Mariachi Loco
I am from out of town and I found this place on YP.com just from being one of the closes places. I'm glad I stopped in. They were friendly and the food was amazing. The way the chip up the chicken and flavor it for the burrito made all the difference. Nice fast lunch stop
11/23/2011
By: phippen
Juan's Mexican Grill
You have to try this placeAmazing enchiladas...yummm the sauce is like no other and we crave this place. Wish they were in a better location (its in a casino) for family. The "super Juan" is a huge burrito and a great price...good good food for a decent price.
06/22/2014
By: william.okeefe
La Posada Real
The food was exactly what I have come to know from this restaurant. I have been to the ones in Reno and I was pleasantly surprised to taste the familiar quality that I was hoping for. Good job! Will be back again many more times.
11/23/2011
By: phippen
El Charro Avitia
Food was good, no complaints there. The service was good no complaints there either....we just couldnt belive the price for the amount of food we got. We weren't happy about that.
02/05/2016
By: Melissa H.
Tito's Restaurants Fine Mexican Food
Great menu! Loved the tacos! Great guacamole and chips! Titos favorites are the best taquitos! Will come again!
05/15/2016
By: Rachael P.
Ole Ole Restaurant & Cantina
Friendly and fast service. Great margaritas and loved their salsa. My son loves their kid's bean burrito
05/24/2013
By: nathan.s.black
El Mariachi Loco
A nice little gem. Burrito was so fresh and tasty. Salsa was great to say the least.
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