La Fonda on Main

2415 N. Main Ave San AntonioTX78212
Closed
Sunday
10:30am-9:30pm
Monday
11:00am-9:30pm
Tuesday
11:00am-9:30pm
Wednesday
11:00am-9:30pm
Thursday
11:00am-9:30pm
Friday
11:00am-10:30pm
Saturday
11:00am-10:30pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club
Average Rating
4.5
Total Reviews
(87)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 2
Average Rating Over Time
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Description

La Fonda On Main can be found at N Main Ave 2415. The following is offered: Restaurants. The entry is present with us since Sep 7, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 12, 2013. In San Antonio there are 850 other Restaurants. An overview can be found here.
by opendius on September 11, 2015 from opendius

Tips

Where to Sit: Sun's out, temperatures are mild--do yourself a favor and sit out on the sun-dappled patio.
by ezlocal on April 25, 2013 from ezlocal
Know Before You Go: Don't be fooled: The other La Fondas in town are not nearly as good as the one on Main Street.
by ezlocal on April 25, 2013 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

The Scene
Open for longer than most locals have been alive, La Fonda on Main Street is an institution. But while the creaky floors and Monte Vista-in-its-prime building certainly feel old, the menu is as fresh and inventive as… Read More
by ezlocal on January 01, 2015 from ezlocal
Open for business in San Antonio since 1932, this family-friendly restaurant in a hacienda-like building is fun and casual, but still upscale. The beautiful dining room opens onto an inviting outdoor patio. The traditional Mexican fare includes such as steak Tampiquena ("Tampico-style": grilled tenderloin strips with a green enchilada and charro beans ) and a variety of enchiladas. Several...
by fodors on February 13, 2013 from fodors

Information from the business

La Fonda on Main is the oldest Mexican restaurant in San Antonio serving the best Tex-Mex and interior Mexican food for brunch, lunch and dinner.
by cylexusa on March 20, 2015 from cylexusa
Historic La Fonda on Main La Fonda's long and colorful history began on Main Avenue in 1930 when resourceful sisters Virginia Berry and Nannie Randall opened a Mexican food-to-go shop. These two ladies supplied take-home Tex-Mex favorites to the neighborhood. In spite of the Great Depression, their little business prospered and an opportunity presented itself to purchase the house across the...
by yellowpages on January 27, 2015 from yellowpages