Phoenixville’s Must-try Restaurant for Traditional Mexican Cuisine 

Lat Patrona, Traditiona Mexican Cuisine
La Patrona, Shrimp Fajita –

September 15 marks the start of National Hispanic American Heritage Month. According to the government site, the reason for the month is to “pay tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced and enriched our nation and society.” One of the ways you can support Hispanic Americans is by visiting Hispanic-owned businesses. In Phoenixville, you should check out the newest restaurant serving traditional Mexican cuisine. 

La Patrona’s Mexican Restaurant & Tequila Bar 

I haven’t met very many people in this world that do not like Mexican food. It’s a staple in our society for a variety of reasons. Just go to a party, and you’ll be sure to find tortilla chips and salsa. Had a drunken late night and need a burrito? We’ve all been there. Whether it’s corn or flour, people love to indulge in Mexican cuisine. 

Phoenixville’s food scene provides visitors with a plethora of cultural dishes. If you’re looking for Mexican food, La Patrona is a truly authentic experience. 

La Patrona is a great place to bring friends and family. The menu is extensive. You can find everything from fajitas to Mexican desserts like Tres Leches (Milk Cake). Not to mention, a full drink menu with beer like Modelo or flavored Margaritas. Whatever you’re feeling, the menu has it. 

Strawberry Margarita –

This isn’t your run-of-the-mill experience. The food proportions are the real deal. Also, the food is served in a traditional Mexican cuisine style. Take a look at the featured image, it’s a shrimp fajita with refried beans, rice, and a plate of warm tortillas. 

The traditional style of the restaurant comes from founder Gabriela Perez. An excerpt from the site says, “Entrepreneur, devoted mother, and passionate cook Vicenta is “La Musa” for Founder Gabriela Perez. Vicenta was born in a small village in Puebla, Mexico, and is a personification of the great nation’s people, culture, Cuisine, and spirit she calls home. Sharing the Cuisine of her hometown became her mission, and she is looking to make her mark in Phoenixville with authentic Mexican dishes passed down from family recipes.”

Inside the restaurant, the walls are decorated in an orange and pink palette. The vibrant colors and traditional theme gives off a vibe similar to a Frida Kahlo painting, which isn’t a surprise since her portrait hangs on the wall. 

You can dine inside or outside. The building sits at 400 Bridge Street, which is a familiar landmark with the words “The Chester” on the external wall. Along the building is a covered porch where you can choose to dine. Alternatively, the back patio is fenced with coverings to shield customers from the sun. 

If you’re looking for a traditional Mexican cuisine experience. Check out La Patrona Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar. 

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