La Rosa. Es una fiesta!

Updated: Oct 8, 2020

The Mexican word fiesta means party and that’s just how I would describe my evening at the opening of La Rosa Mexican Grille and Tequileria in Montecasino. From the moment we walked in, we were greeted with sombreros and El Jimador frozen margaritas. What better way to start the evening?!

Guest Blogger: Darren Meltz, More Than Food Mag

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Everything about La Rosa is authentically Mexican, the beautifully crafted Mexican-inspired murals etched into the walls and the festive atmosphere made us feel as if we had been magically transported to Cancun or Mexico City.

With a tequileria bar that boasts the very widest range of 100% Agave Tequila we were taken on a tequila tasting journey. Starting from the un-aged Blanco to the Extra Añejos aged 3-5 years in oak barrels.