Designed by local architect Kristi W. Hanson, Las Casuelas Quinta is reminiscent of some of our sister
restaurants in its hacienda-style architecture but has a uniqueness
all its own.
Built by Primus Construction in 2003, Las Casuelas Quinta
incorporates a welcoming tranquil water feature, clay tiled
roofing, vaulted exposed ceilings, a thatched Palapa styled
patio, and three majestic fireplaces.
Largely instrumental in the décor, owner Lisa Delgado and
designer Kim Rocca introduce us to some of the lively fabrics,
colors and accents of Mexico, giving the restaurant a rich,
vibrant, fiesta feel.
Behind the large green doors separating the main dinning area lies a state of the art food
The most modern in food service technology transmits food and drink orders to the
specific area of preparation where your orders are prepared under the talented eye of
¡Bienvenidos! Come enjoy a leisurely lunch, exquisite dinner, or even just some
Barbequed Chicken Flautas and one of our world famous margaritas, as all
these design elements blend to offer the best of colonial Mexico and