Food for Thought: Los Agaves V.S. Habaneros

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Food for Thought: Los Agaves V.S. Habaneros

Rachel VanDuyne, Anna Silversmet, and Payton Bowling

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Many people at our school love to eat at Los Agaves near Southpark mall, but when another mexican restaurant is less than a mile away things can get a little…spicy. Let’s start with the first impressions: Los Agaves gives off a super mexican vibe, the vibrant colors make the environment warm and inviting, and as you walk in the door you can already smell the spices.

Moving on, Habaneros is located in the mall which isn’t a great place to be, considering Southpark is going downhill, but their food 100% makes up for it. When you order at habaneros, the food is done super fast, is way cheaper than Los Agaves, and also tastes way better. The food is always hot and fresh, plus the burritos are huge. They have really good chips and salsa and bring them out almost as soon as you sit down.

We know our opinions of these to restaurants probably don’t match yours, but we think Los Agaves atmosphere is better, while Habaneros food is best. If you agree or disagree, let us know in the polls on the Scarlet Ink Instagram page. 

 

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