Celebrating 32 Years on Valentines Day! Join us for dinner with live music!We specialize in seafoodWine Pairs Perfectly with our MenuJanuary Special: Shrimp Achiote from Amelias KitchenLive Gypsy-Flamenco Guitar Music every Saturday EveningSpecial Event Catering & Private Rooms

 A “hidden jewel”, Las Palomas Restaurant-Bar is West Austin’s 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 Paella 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


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

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32nd Anniversary Celebration & Valentine’s Dinner


Join us for a very special Anniversary celebration this Valentine’s Day! This year, we are featuring an absolutely delicious pre-fixe menu with Prosecco toast, in addition to our already extensive menu.  The evening will also be filled with live gypsy flamenco guitar music by by De Lamar. A perfect way to celebrate both Valentine’s Day and our anniversary – Salud!

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The Rehearsal Dinner: Setting the Tone for Your Wedding


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Holy Mole!


The story behind this sauce tells of two nuns surprised by a visitor. They had little in the way of food and so they used a molcajete to grind every ingredient they could find and simmered it in liquid until it thickened into a sauce. Read more »