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About Adobe Grill
Famed for its house made tortillas and selection of artisan tequila; Adobe Grill is an authentic regional Mexican dining experience located at La Quinta Resort & Club in the Palm Springs area. Adobe Grill is decorated in a traditional Oaxacan motif, a double sided fireplace with a mosaic finish. Sliding patio doors allow the dining room and outdoor patio to become one. Let our master tequilero create a signature margarita from one of more than 100 tequilas. On weekends, we feature live music on the open air plaza in the heart of La Quinta Resort; come relax and take pleasure in the one of a kind surroundings.
49-499 Eisenhower Dr.
La Quinta, CA 92253
Mexican, Comfort Food, Mexican / Southwestern
Hours of Operation:
Brunch Saturday's and Sunday's 11am - 3pm
Dinner: Nightly 5:00pm to 10pm
Bar: Nightly: 5pm - 10pm
Top of the Plaza: Nightly, 4pm - 10pm Friday & Saturday
5pm - 10pm Sunday - Thursday
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
(760) 564-4111 ext. 5725
Inka Kings Wednesday- Sunday 6pm - 9pm
Self Parking or Valet
Beer, BYO Wine, Counter Seating, Dancing, View, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please contact Robert Macneil
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Adobe Grill Ratings and Reviews
I would like to take this opportunity to express my displeasure in the drastic menu change and considerable price hike. I've been an avid customer for the last 10 years and my recommendation was staunch and steadfast as Adobe was a premium Mexican restaurant and was second to none. With the recent changes with pricing any Mexican restaurant can be visited for a portion of the price. Goodbye Abobe. Breaks my heart.
Adobe Grill consistently comes through for fresh, great tasting Mexican food. No commercial microwaves here, everything made fresh from scratch. The grounds of the La Quinta Resort are spectacular and the view from the restaurant is one of the best. Our compliments to Victor, who always make dining here a pleasure. As a full-time resident of La Quinta, I highly recommend Adobe Grill as the place to go for quality Mexican food in a one-of-a-kind setting!
This restaurant could be a gem (and at La Quinta Resort, it should be) but we found the food unremarkable and a bit bland, and being a hotel restaurant, overpriced. Really a shame because the outdoor area is quite lovely. Recommend going for a cocktail, chips, and salsa and leaving it at that.
Adobe Grill is all about location for me!!! The views from dining area are INCREDIBLE & the lower patio like seating is FAB and when the musicians are playing a TRUELY FUN experience. The only catch is to get a shady table & chairs as the ☀️sun can be a terrible addition ~
Their huge M' Rita selection & sizes are wonderful also and the bartenders aren't stingy with the the tequila either.
I will alert you that while this is Mexican food it's no quite the traditional Mexican you could be used to ~ I would advise you check the menu online. Never a disappointment for me/us, but everyone's different~
Normally we love Adobe Grill. The other night we did not get a great table, and it was so crowded that the noise level was much higher normal. Part of that is just the fact that it was Spring Break and the resort is extremely popular with families. Our server was very nice and let us take our time, but when we did finally order the food, it was very slow and not nearly as good as usual. Our table was outside, as I requested, but there was no view, just a stucco wall and rooftops to look at.
Since we were treating some long time friends, I was disappointed with the overall experience we had.
We were seated on the patio with a beautiful view. The waitress was pleasant and fairly attentive but we never got water refills. They only had one Chardonnay at $14 a glass! My beet salad was wonderful but when my scallops came they were barely warm. The food is very pricey for what you get. The scallops sat on a slice of plantain and had a creamy sauce under it. My husbands short ribs were nice but also cool. I told the waitress who offered to take my scallops back to warm them up but I didn't want them overcooked.
The chips and salsa are the best in the valley. But, the noise level is so high inside it's difficult to carry a conversation. The menu choices are very limited too and somewhat pricey for what you get.
This place is great for drinks, salsa and chips all while sitting outside only.
Adobe Grill changed its menu for the worst. We have been going here for the past 15 years and were so disappointed. Our bill totaled $100 for 2 bad margaritas and 2 entrees which were not good at all. Like I said, we have been going here for the past 15 years and the changes the Adobe Grill/Hilton had made is simply not good. Won't be back and would not recommend it. If you are craving Mexican, check out Fresh Aguava in Palm Desert (10 miles away)...100% better than Adobe Grill.
very good and authentic Mexican food. Service is real snap snap with table cleared and water glasses continuously filled. Chip baskets are replenished continuously and very tasty. They will do whatever it takes to be sure you are satisfied. Highly recommend
Tableside prepared guacamole is also recommended
We have been many tines for the setting. Beautiful walk up to the restaurant with the flowers and outside music. Outside seating us worth the wait. Do not sit inside. Have a few drinks at one of the few sitting spots coming into the restaurant. Food is below average even though they brag about their bread pudding which is not good. Order off the appetizer list.
First I want to say that I was so looking forward to dinner at this restaurant. I had been to La Quinta Resort 4 years ago and had fond memories of meals at this restaurant. The fresh made table side guacamole was to die for as were the tacos and enchiladas. Unfortunately, it seems this restaurant has declined. It was not a good experience for me right from the start. My water glass was dirty as were all of the appetizer plates. I was with some coworkers so I didn't want to say anything so I just didn't drink the water or use the plate. I ordered the enchiladas which were simply okay. The meal came out lukewarm not hot which is a pet peeve of mine - I want my food to come out hot. The taste was okay, but the unclean dishes and glasses just made it difficult to enjoy this meal. On the plus side the guacamole was very good. Didn't visit this restaurant a second or third time as I did on my prior trip and likely would not eat here on a follow up trip as there were other restaurants at the resort that were much better.
Very good food but terrible service. Dinner took forever - yes, restaurant was crowded but it took forever for waiter to take our order. Bread and water were slow to arrive.
Food and ambience were good but with poor service I would recommend friends come here with reservations due to service issues.
We enjoyed a very satisfying well prepared meal. I had the fish tacos which were very flavorful and made with grilled fish (which I prefer over fried). My girlfriend ordered the ceviche which was equally tasty. Service was outstanding and they give you a basket of complimentary chips and salsa. The prices were a bit high for simple Mexican food and I thought the beer prices where quite outrageous ($8 for a Dos Equis) but the food atmosphere and service all made up for it. Plus you are in the beautiful atmosphere of the La Quinta resort so I expect the price to be a little inflated.
Called ahead to ask to be seated outside. They told me it wouldn't be a problem. When we showed up we were told it's not possible. The server was frantic and confused. Constantly brought the wrong things and it seemed confused. She would go through the script of what she had to say, but never listened to the answers. The best was at the end when she SAID, "So everyone is done and it was delicious, right?". We responded to let her know it was good, but I think a few people are still working. Her response was "great. Someone will be right over to clear." Then someone came by and started clearing plates even while two of our party were actively eating. Took away the plate while they had their fork in the mouth still. Expected better. You'd be better off ordering takeout at any Mexican restaurant and just eating by the pool.
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