This family-oriented, Westside spot serves vintage 1970s Tex-Mex amid a spacious expanse of old-fashioned Salltillo tile and Mexican-mural ambience. Don't miss the extra-stout frozen margaritas, the excellent chile rellenos or the verde chicken enchiladas.
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Thursday, October 13, 2005 at 4 a.m. by Robb Walsh
My buddy Joe is standing in the front of the dining room at La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant flapping his elbows, trying to sell his son and daughter on the coolness of the Chicken Dance. His kids, as well as the diners at nearby tabl...