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I frequented La Hacinda for over 40 years and hated to see it closed. I don't know how many of the many loyal customers of La Hacinda know the staff moved to Amigos Mexican Restaurant. The staff were good friends and that is the reason the new restaurant was named Amigos. I was surprised that there are still so many listings for La Hacienda still. I hope this is helpful.
I lived in El Paso for many years and ate here regularly. Now when I go back to visit family and friends, I always make it a point to eat here. Very "Old World" and VERY good food.
The husband got a brochure for this place at work and it looked good so we decided to check it out. The best thing about this place is the decorations. We went on a Saturday night and there were like 20 people walking around working and only ONE other family eating (on a SAT night; should have been our first hint). Food took forever to get to us despite their lack of customers and it tasted...
La Hacienda restaurant has a range of Mexican dishes, such as nachos, tortillas, mole and many other Mexican meals. Some recipes were used by the original owners, the Lopez family, who started the restaurant in 1940.
On the river banks of the Rio Grande whisch serrperates El Pso, Tx from Juarez, Mexico. Historical Landmark.
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