Welcome to My Farm
Every day is a fiesta at Mi Granja Mexican Restaurant — a fiesta of flavor.
Mi Granja (which translates to My Farm) specializes in the rich, robust flavors of authentic Mexican cuisine, serving fresh and hearty homestyle meals. And, just as you would find on a farm, our experienced cooks use only the freshest and finest ingredients when creating the classic Mexican dishes featured on our extensive menu.
At Mi Granja, we serve a variety of traditional Mexican dishes using authentic and time-tested recipes. But our flavors are not too spicy, and our dishes are recognizable to our gringo amigos.
The mouthwatering cuisine we serve at Mi Granja is backed by our warm hospitality. After a meal at Mi Granja, we want you to leave with a full stomach and a smile on your face. From the moment you walk in the door, our friendly staff works hard to make sure your visit to Mi Granja leaves you happy and satisfied every time. We go the extra mile to provide each guest with the best possible food, drinks and service.
Come discover the taste of Mexico at Mi Granja today!
Whether you prefer soft drinks or something stronger, Mi Granja Mexican Restaurants has the perfect beverage to complement your meal.
In addition to Pepsi products, root beer, lemonade, teas and coffee, the restaurants serve bottled soft drinks, including Coca-Cola, which is made with real cane sugar and a wide selection of Jarritos, which are natural flavored sodas made with real sugar. Mi Granja also serves aguas frescas, including agua de horchata and Jamaica flavors.
Each Mi Granja Mexican Restaurant has a full-service bar that carries a large selection of both domestic and imported beers as well as tequilas and other liquors.
Imported beers available include Corona, Modelo Especial, Tecate, XX Amber, XX Lager, Negra Modelo and Pacifico. Budweiser, Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Lite and Blue Moon are the domestic beers available.
From shots to margaritas, there’s an impressive selection of tequilas available at Mi Granja, including Patron, Cazadores, Tres Generaciones, 1800, Sauza, Hornitos, Jose Cuervo Tradicional, Jose Cuervo Especial, Jimador and Don Julio.