11:00 am to 9:30 pm
291 E. Cascade Avenue, Sisters, Oregon 97759
Orders to GO and RESERVATIONS
Are you an amigo of Los Agaves Sisters?
"A new amigo on the block, Los Agaves Mexican Grill in downtown Sisters has ignited the area’s restaurant scene with an inventive take on familiar, south-of-the-border fare. Sporting the flowering green agave plant on their signs and menus, the famous herb from which tequila is derived, owner and head chef Jimmy Fernandez welcomes old friends and customers with his trademark grin and hospitality.
"This is the cuisine cooked and eaten in Central Mexico, near Mexico City, with more masa corn, dried chiles, shrimp, pork carnitas, carne asada and mole sauce," explained Fernandez, "It's what I ate growing up, watching my grandmother and mother cook in the kitchen. These are some of our oldest family recipes and I think people are going to be very surprised. I started making up my own spicy soups when I was around ten years old, experimenting with meat and vegetables. It's a good skill to have when you're hungry."The totally refreshed interior has a casual elegance reminiscent of Texas border town cantinas with carved juniper furniture, stone floor and framed cowboy artwork by local western artist, Dyrk Godby. This is Mexican comfort food, surprisingly inexpensive with a regional flair prepared with love and precision by Fernandez and his friendly, efficient staff and wife, Laura. Service is prompt and attentive and the food, on multiple occasions, (this place is addictive!) was colorfully presented. When the weather warms, one can easily imagine the spacious outdoor patio alive with diners enjoying a fresh, sugar-rimmed glass of sangria or a frosted margarita in the High Desert sun." ~ The Source Weekly