As the saying goes, “Mi Casa es su casa…my home is your home.” Mi Casa is your home away from home. At Mi Casa, we aim to share an upscale experience where the Mexican border intersects with the passion, cooking and flavors of TexMex and the American Southwest. Our culinary team brings a fresh perspective to border cuisine as it evolved in the USA through the creative energy of the immigrants who imported these vibrant food cultures.
We believe a great dining experience begins with family. At our restaurants, we combine great atmosphere with friendly staff and quality food. We hope the efforts of our family-owned business reflect in the experience our guests have and make you feel right at home and part of our family.The Rincon family arrived in Virginia in the late 1970’s. All four children graduated from Fairfax County schools and universities and continued to invest in their community. They believed that their businesses should provide opportunity and pride to demonstrate the dedication to their hometown and the metropolitan area. Now their children continue the same aspirations as their grandparents did when they arrived over 30 years ago.
Three brothers and a brother-in-law from El Salvador realized their long-held dream of opening a restaurant together in November of last year. Jaime Sorto, his brothers Hugo and Jose Bonilla, and his brother-in-law Jose Zelaya looked for a name that symbolizes their concept of two cultures coming together.They chose La Malinche, the name given to a historical figure who has been at the center of controversy for centuries. The noble Mexican woman was enslaved and given to Hernán Cortés, a Spanish conquistador. She became his interpreter and confidante. Their son was viewed as the first mestizo, a child of mixed blood.Many Mexicans consider La Malinche or Doña Marina to have been a traitor, but today, she is also honored as the symbolic mother of the country’s mixed-race people.At La Malinche, all of the starters, vegetables, meats and seafood are served as Spanish tapas, called botanas in Mexico.
Pueblos Tex Mex Grill is a family-owned restaurant located in Chantilly, VA. Our first location opened in July 2010 in the historic city of Fredericksburg, VA. As one of the few Tex-Mex locations in this local town, we hoped to be known as the best. After almost 10 years of service, we are proud to be expanding into our hometown Chantilly, VA. In the city where we call home, we hope to bring our version of Tex-Mex style food, made fresh on a daily basis. Navigate through our website and learn about the variations of food, drinks, and pricing at each location. Please join us at Pueblos Tex Mex Grill and help us continue our story.