Mariachi Dinner Show at La Fonda on Wilshire
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The last date listed for Mariachi Dinner Show was Saturday September 21, 2013 / 5:30pm (Show Begins at 6:00pm).
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Featured review from Oscar J.
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Had not been to La Fonda in 15 yearsThe Place is better than I remembered it. I took my wife to celebrate her birthday. Service is impecable. The Marachi Band was excellent as were the colorfully dressed forclorico dancers. Be prepared to well served and delicious authentic Mexican Food, made with fresh ingredients. I had salmon in a delicious green celantro sauce. She had the special of the evening (talpia and shrimp a specie red sauce (at no extra charge). My wife enjoyed her self emmensely Will definetly return and highly recommend it.
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I am so hooked on Goldstar. The La Fonda Mariachi show was almost as amazing as the discount. We paid $27 per ticket that included a four-course dinner and the fabulous mariachi show. A la carte we probably would have paid more than $60 a head....continued
Experience a live mariachi dinner show at the newly revitalized La Fonda on Wilshire. Historically known for being the first restaurant in the U.S. to incorporate live mariachi musical performances with sit-down dining, this L.A. landmark is back and is at the forefront of fine Mexican dining. Savor exquisite Mexican cuisine brought to you by talented Executive Chef Martín García while enjoying the live performance of one of the country’s premier mariachi groups.
La Fonda Salad or Soup of the Day
Assorted appetizer platter
Dessert: Chef’s Pick of the Day
Entree (choice of one):
—Enchiladas de Tomatillo – Two cheese enchiladas filled with shredded chicken breast topped with green tomatillo sauce with a hint of jalapeño. Served with rice and beans.
—Enchiladas Rancheras – Two cheese enchiladas topped with red ranchero sauce. Garnished with shredded lettuce and fresh cheese. Served with rice and beans.
—Carne Asada – Charbroiled outside skirt steak served with rice and beans. Garnished with guacamole and green onions.
—Salmon en Salsa de Pistachio – Fresh Atlantic grilled salmon topped with a light pistachio sauce enhanced with epazote and jalapeño. Served with rice and seasonal vegetables.