La Familia means “the family” and as the name suggests, the restaurant invites guests in to dine as part of the family. La Familia’s menu represents the love and labor found in the bold flavors of Latin cooking. Menus vary by location, but options include authentic street taco staples like Baja Beer Battered Fish and Fire Roasted Chicken, as well as the Tostones Bravos made with golden brown plantains, pork carnitas, jicama, and avocado-jalapeno crema.
Enthusiasts know that quality tequila is a spirit meant to be leisurely sipped and appreciated. To complement the menu’s intriguing Latin flavors, La Familia features a selection of more than 75 tequilas as well as a collection of mezcal, original cocktails, and beers. Any of the beers can even be upgraded to a homemade michelada cocktail.
La Familia creates an ambiance that is dynamic and fun with design elements that pay tribute to the blue agave plant. The plant’s bright blue hues and geometric applications of the piña, the heart of blue agave from which superior tequila is made, are incorporated throughout La Familia. Mexican Day of the Dead artwork spills off the menu and is incorporated into murals and various interior design elements of each location.