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Westlake’s “hidden jewel” and only authentic Interior Mexican restaurant and bar.

Las Palomas’ menu spans multiple regions of Mexico, as well as the cultures which influenced Mexico’s cuisine, including Spanish, French, South American and Aztec tastes. Our signature Mole, Chile Relleno, Steak Chimichurri and seafood recipes reflect the delicious blend of multiple cultures, honed to perfection by Amelia Corona, our founder. Join us for a culinary trip across Mexico, enhanced by an accompanying glass of wine or fresh lime margarita.

Meet the Owner, MariCarmen Corona Dale and her Mother, Amelia

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We invite you to come in and taste our time-honored family recipes from throughout interior Mexico. Whether you choose our signature Chile Relleno, Mole Poblano, Seafood Veracruzano or Chipotle, or another item from our extensive menu, we are confident you will find them delicious. Salud!

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From One Early Bird to Another

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We love to get going early and if you do as well, come in for our Early Bird lunch special! Let us know you’re an early bird between 11 and 11:30am Tuesday-Friday and receive a free soft drink or iced tea with your meal – that’s something to sing about!

Saturday night is Date night

Live Jazz by S7ven Thursday and Saturday Evenings

Live from Westlake, it’s Saturday night at Las Palomas with live jazz to accompany our delicious Interior Mexican food and great drinks! Join us for a relaxing, fun evening with your favorite friend or loved one but without a long drive home!

History of the Happy Hour

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You’re thinking glasses clinking, a small plate of nibbles, a reasonably priced check. But imagine that it all began as a performance of singing or boxing (!) put on by the crew of your ship. Yes, those couple of hours we call “happy” started out as U.S. Naval slang in the early 19th century.

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