Not many places in Arizona that you can have a Mexican dinner on the water . Dinner was priced appropriately at 10-15 dollars . Staff was friendly and attentive . Can't wait to go back !
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We golfed across the street & enjoyed a great happy hour afterwards. Weather was pleasant so great to sit out on patio upstairs.
Has been remodeled inside and looks great! (hadn't been there for a while) Food keeps us coming back. Baja sauce enchiladas super! Tacos great! Gets busy on the weekends. Has a really neat back patio that overlooks a little man made lake. Cantina upstairs with...More
We went here looking for good food. Once we were seated, I was having a hard time opening my menu.......well it was stuck together with salsa and food that had spilled on it. Asked for another one but she never brought one, so I got...More
Went on a Wednesday night, not busy, just right - staff was great, our waitress especially, atmosphere was nice, etc. It was SO & I's first time, waitress helped my SO with his questions regarding the tacos and current deals they offered. In the end,...More
Looked for an authentic Mexican restaurant while traveling back to Mesa and found this one on line. Wonderful atmosphere, quick and efficient service, and a really good menu. Fresh ingredients and large portions made for a nice meal to end the day. Recommend if you're...More
Macayo's is always consistent with their food, nothing fancy but always tasty ! We come for the cheese crips and fajitas ! We like this location because you can sit outside with a relaxing view of the small lake very nice ambiance. Sip on a...More
Authentic Mexican food. Friendly staff. Beautiful patio seating with view of a beautiful man made lake.
I went there with my grandma of 90 and my mom. We could sit there and talk without the place being so loud you could hear the person across from you. The guac was great and the chimmis were huge. On Tuesday you can get...More
While visiting Phoenix, we met family at Macayos. Atmosphere, upstairs is typical sports bar. Downstairs is more intimate. Some seating outside near the lake is nice, although the temperature on our night was near 90 degrees, early evening. But, that's Phoenix. Food typical Mexican fare...More