Casa Colina | Eureka Springs | General, Latino | Dining
The Nuevo Mexican restaurant on the hill heading downtown in Eureka Springs has shed lunches but expanded service to six nights a week. The best items on the lunch menu are now available for dinner. During our most recent visit, we were quite taken by the Casa Colina Crepes ($16.95), tender crepes stuffed with perfectly cooked shrimp, fresh spinach and mushrooms and drizzled with a cream sauce and a pineapple salsa. We found it both decadent and light, which paired well with our lovingly muddled Mojito. The Dry Rub Ribeye Steak ($18.95) at 12 ounces satisfied our American craving for meat, and the accompanying Jalapeno baked beans in their own taco were just savory icing. Of course, we still adore the Chilaquiles ($6.50), better than traditional nachos with big chunks of queso fresco on those flour chips.

Restaurant Details

Nuevo Mexican with some truly innovative dishes, accompanied by traditional favorites and several mighty fine steaks.

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Price: $$-$$$

Serving: D Wed.-Mon.


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