American, Mexican, Southwestern, Casual/Family, Banquet/Party Room, Bar, Romantic, Take Out/Carry Out, TV/Satellite, Wheelchair Access, Wi-Fi/Internet Access, Dinner, Happy Hour, Lunch (Mexican Food & Culture History)
UPDATE THIS LISTING
Restaurant DescriptionPHILADELPHIA, PA - March 30, 2009 - Mission Grill Restaurant (1835 Arch Street. Philadelphia, PA 19103) is pleased to introduce a new approach to refined casual Southwestern Cuisine after a revamp of both its menu and interior.
While smart and sophisticated, even stylishly swank, Mission Grill embraces refined casual Southwestern food prepared with the finest and freshest ingredients. An exceptional level of fashionable comfort embodied by the atmosphere, dÃ©cor, superior service and fabulous cuisine, Mission Grill is designed to encourage frequent visits.
Whether guests prefer a casual bite on the newly-introduced communal tables, a grazing gathering at the bar, or a multi-course meal in the dining room - Mission Grill is guaranteed to offer a memorable experience tempered by a relaxed ambiance that will prompt stopping by on a whim in jeans or black-tie.
Grounded in American mainstays, Mission Grill's cuisine will incorporate familiar flavors into recognizable Southwestern dishes, complimented with intriguing twists that reflect the seasons. Utilizing only the freshest and finest ingredients, Mission Grill's Executive Chef, Hugo Martinez has created an everyday dining experience, with tasty offerings that are showcased in a simple, yet delicious manner.
The restaurant comfortably seats any size party and offers private dining rooms for most any occasion, business or pleasure! Mission Grill has a full-length bar and two communal tables great for cocktail parties and late night dining.
A 140-seated establishment, Mission Grill was designed to capture the warmth and comfort found in the southwestern United States. From the sun-drenched colors of the dessert to natural river rock walls and a brilliant sunlit dining room. Mission Grill offers a natural ambiance complimented with friendly, knowledgeable staff and great food.
Recent The Mission Grill Reviews
actually got sick after eating. Steak meat in fajitas may have been culprit.
My husband and I came across Mission Grill on Oct. 14, 2009. We were on our way to "Terror behind the Walls". Our server, Sean, was very friendly, professional and helpful with all questions we asked. As we were leaving, we asked him for some directions. He brought a young man, Patrick, to our table and the two of them not only gave us excellent directions but also drew us a map! Our dining experience was excellent. The atmosphere, service, attitude, food etc., was definitely 5 Stars. We will be visint Mission Grill again very soon.
Thank you so much,
Howard and Chris
American, Comfort Food/Home Cooking, Diner, Casual/Family
American, Soul Food
American, Irish, Brewery/Pub/Tavern, Sports Bar and Grill
Reviews of Similar Restaurants
Cafe Breezes is like home away from home but with a 5 star restaurant feel. They dont serve your typical bar. They have salamon fettucini, lamb chops, grilled garlic chicken. Food you would not see in a corner bar. The ambience is excellent and s ...
Club Breezes is fortunate to have survived an ever changing economy, yet remain consistant in the quality of service to its patrons! 2013 will prove to be a banner year for Club Breezes, because of the visionary Victor Ragan along with his partners ...
i was truely disappointed. because of the name i thought i would be dinning on some soul food. how wrong was i? completely. i order roasted potato that were over season, mac & chesse i still can't figure out what all was done to it. they try to hard ...
» Read More: Philadelphia Restaurant Reviews