La Piñata (La PEEN-yah-tah) - Originally was a brightly decorated earthen pot (today stiff newspaper and paper mache are used), filled with candies, coins, and prizes.
The "Sonora-style" Mexican cooking we feature is subtly spiced, contrary to the popular thinking that Mexican food is peppery. However, for those desiring added spice, we have table sauce.
The exterior of La Piñata has been carefully landscaped to capture the feeling of Old Mexico. The architecture itself give the feeling of an old Mexican fortress.
Stop by the next time you're in Indio, or visit our sister restaurants in Palm Springs - Taqueria Tlaquepaqur and El Taco Asado.