This is a self serve facility which I kind of prefer because I don't have to wait on a crappy waiter to eventually get to us. They have a really cool mini salsa bar with about 6 different salsas (along with a couple of other things like lemon pick and jalapenos) to go with the customary chips that are provided. However the chips were cold and stale as were ALL the breading type things such as my corn tortillas (hot but stale) my 8 year olds who are by no means, food conneisores even complained that their bread was hard as was the the meat on theirs burgers. The fajitas had WONDERFUL flavor but the serving size of the sides in relation to price left something to be desired and the beans were so slightly warm they were almost cold and there was no melty cheesey goodness. Overall I might consider eating there again but only if I got it to go where I could provide my own tortillas and chips.
8702 S 71st East AveTulsa, OK 74133
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Agave used to be good. Went there last night, their liquor bar is non-existent (the shelves are empty... hmm??) and unlike previous visits the service was ok except there was a noticeable language barrier. I had three different servers who did not communicate with each other, and the restaurant was empty except for large groups and families in the very back where they seated us, next to the kitchen. It was loud, boisterous, and uncomfortable there. There were perhaps 20 empty booths and some tables in the middle and front. Had trouble with ordering because they could not understand us due to language barrier.
This place has great food. Probably one of the best mexican food places that I have eaten at in Tulsa and you do get your money's worth. I also like the fact that if you go on the weekend, there is a lot of entertainment that fits my taste within walking distance so we just normally eat and then walk to a bar and watch a local band at Arnie's afterwards. There are other cool places around that are within walking distance as well. The staff at El Guapo's is also friendly and very helpful. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone.
My husband and I love this place. It's the only Mexican restaurant in Tulsa that we like; we've tried several. And while I was pregnant, we ate here almost every week. The food is great and reasonably priced, it's clean, and most of the waiters are friendly. The only complaint I have is that the bathrooms don't have diaper changing stations and there's a slight language barrier problem with some of the waiters that results in having to send food back or ask for something again. Those two issues aside, I highly recommend Agave!
WARNING! Drinks are over priced and watered down!! I orders two different margaritas and didn't $17, couldn't even tell there was alcohol in them. And I passed it around to make sure it wasn't just me. We reserved a table in the roof top for a large party, they even called to confirm. But when we got there they said that the roof top was first come first serve. The waiter, a tall thin colored man, was neglectful and then passed out our tabs while we were still eating. Very disappointed.
Loved the BA location so thought we would give this one a try. First time was right after they first opened. Food was extremely greasy. Second time we tried (figured everyone deserves a 2nd chance) the food wasn't bad (although they didn't get our order right) but it really is too loud to talk to your family or friends.
Our family's favorite!I always get the wet veggie burrito, my son gets the wet steak burrito, and my husband gets cheese enchiladas and Mexican chicken tacos. We are hooked. They also have an excellent breakfast Saturday mornings.
Great food and service at a reasonable price. Food is better than most, excellent salsas. I have tried several items, all very good. They also have some of the best burgers for a Mexican restaurant.
The menu is nearly entirely the same as Los Cabos. Not just an attempt to replicate dishes, but a word-for-word copy of the menu. So disappointing to see.
Okay so im here on a Saturday afternoon about 230ish.. the food was prepared well looked great.. food prices are subject to change.