About Reposado Restaurant
Reposado represents the latest addition to our family of restaurants. This unique experience offers exceptional Mexican cuisine which will challenge the imagination and seduce the palate.
Born from a rich tradition of regional Mexican specialties and contemporary culinary influences, it promises to be not only memorable but also enjoyable.
Please come enjoy a richly satisfying and fun Mexican dining experience.
Eat. Drink. Relax
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Hours of Operation:
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:30am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 4:00pm - 9pm
Happy Hour: Monday - Friday 4pm - 6pm
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
In addition to street parking, there is ample parking in the Palo Alto Civic Center underground parking garage a half block East of the restaurant. The entrance to the garage is a half block South of the intersection of Hamilton and Ramona.
Private Party Facilities:
Reposado offers Private Dining (with bar) in our beautiful Mezzanine Dining Room overlooking our main bar and dining room.
The Mezzanine Dining Room will accommodate up to 45 comfortably for dining and 75 for cocktails.
Private Party Contact:
Mitalee Nangrani: (650) 833-3151
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Reposado Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
What a friend describes as "refined" Mexican food with excellent and authentic ingredients. Delicious. Beautiful presentations. The service is great. I always like their "tacos de la calle." My husband was happy (very important), and he loved his 16 oz margarita!
I took my wife to Reposado for dinner the other night, and it was a very enjoyable experience. My wife had the lamb chops and I had the pork, and both were fantastic. As was the beet salad we shared, as well as the sangria and wine.
I would recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for great food, ambulance and good service. Really enjoy Reposado!
Reposado presents a nice package. The location, decor, and service were great. The cocktails hit the spot and, in hindsight, I'm sad I wasn't more adventurous in my tequila choices. The quality to price ratio on the food is the sticking point. Our meal was well conceived and tasty, but not memorable in a way that justifies paying 30-49 dollars per entree.
The service was excellent, the staff was attentive and quick. The food was an upscale version of Mexican cuisine. We were seated upstairs and while the downstairs part of the restaurant has a hip vibe, the upstairs is dark and just feels like overflow space. When I reserved the restaurant there was tons of availability. It was more than 2 weeks out. Our reservation was for 6 and they had a lot of table seating open that seemed to accommodate that number and more. I would eat there again but request seating on the main floor which has a nice ambiance.
Its one our favorite dinner spots in Palo Alto
Chille poblano and plantain chips👍🏾
Service , food and Ambiance plus Value
My husbands fav dessert is the tres leches
However, it's not par as it used to be ( its dry!!!) so not how Tres leches is supposed to be...
chefs!!! R u reading...
I would still go back
However no tres Leches for us!!!
Plate for appetizer had hair on it. Crab crepe was supposed to be hot but barely warm. Was given worst table in the house-- upstairs middle of the floor with waiters brushing by every five minutes. Asked for a different table and was rebuffed. Great drinks but very bad experience, and I live three blocks from there and want to like Reposado.
Sorry, but $28 for chicken mole and $29 for seafood crepes that were the size of a dessert crepe not to mention $19.50 for a (large) margarita made with sweet and sour in lieu of fresh squeezed limes and agave is a no go for me and anyone who isn't interested in shelling out big bucks for Mexican food in a toney Palo Alto location. Oh yeah, and $7 for mediocre chips and salsas.
We were seated towards the back area for a table for 2 made the reservation for 8:45pm and waited only about 3-5 mins for a table once we got there.
After being seated we were given two menus for the food and then the cocktails and drinks. The server poured us water and I asked for lemons. The server told us about the weekend special per the margaritas. My husband ordered one and I ordered a skinny spicy margarita. We ordered chips and guacamole and tomalitos to hold us over since we were hungry.
Drinks and Appetizers came and they were delicious we ordered our entrees as well - I ordered the Crepas Con Mariscos which was red snapper, shrimp and other seafood, actually very very delicious. Husband had the mole which was undercooked and still bleeding :( he was a little angry and said something to the server which he said sorry and left it at that, I thought that was rude, the least he could have done was take it back to cook more.
We had dessert and coffee to finish as my husband was angry that he couldn't eat the rest of his food and the server just took the plates and boxed mine up.
The check came and he charged us double for the drinks and apologized that it should have only been one since like I mentioned we only had one drink each, he did not take off anything not that we wanted him to but I thought for an undercooked meal he didn't take back to cook more should have been complimented being that he made a bad judgement call on that.
Overall the experience was dreadful- we were looking for a place to hang out and I wanted Mexican food and Tequila and some good music not country music in a Mexican tavern and especially didn't come for the bloody chicken mole and overcharging for drinks! 😑
I'm a local and love Reposado. The guacamole is the best on the planet. For my latest visit, I took a number of work colleagues who were all first-timers to Palo Alto and the restaurant. They were blown away. It was a great night with amazing food and and that irreplaceable Palo Alto buzzy energy.
Very solid mexican-style food in a high-end setting at high-end prices. We ordered several types of margaritas (especially recommend the picante), and shared tapas and entrees. The quality was very good, and the preparation was very satisfactory. The overall meal was reasonably expensive, but the quality was high also. I would particularly call out the excellent service provided by the front desk and the server.
The eggplant vegetarian main dish had two pieces of eggplant of which one was very well done and the other was so uncooked that I couldn't eat it. We asked to put a candle on the dessert order but they didn't the first time around.
Margaritas and plantains were very good.
I like the restaurant decor.
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