[mappress mapid=”47″]It’s always a little sad when a good restaurant goes bad. I used to live behind La Mexicana when the family running the place was just getting up and running. They were hungry for their business to be successful and it showed.
The food was very good, inexpensive and they served it 24/7.
Now that success has come, the quality has plummeted. I no longer eat at La Mexicana. That’s not exactly true. I still go in once or twice a year and get a taco. It’s inevitably a pale shadow of it’s former glory but I go in, have some lousy carnitas and watch part of a telenovella for old times sake.