The La Catrina Story

Inspired By Tradition.

Our Story

Born in Tradition.

Chef Roza Segoviano opened La Catrina Mexican Kitchen with her husband Juan Segoviano.  She was inspired by the culture and recipes of Mexico.

“It’s kind of like, every evening, when the sun starts to go down, the plaza starts to fill up with people, and the street vendors start opening up their carts,” Roza said. “You’ve got all these smells, and you just relax while you’re going around snacking. That’s what we want to do here — we want to kind of offer that same experience where you just come and relax and have some good food and some good cocktails.”

It is the type of food they eat as a family. One of the dishes is named after Juan’s late grandmother, who created the recipe…the “Dona Nena.”

Hours of Operation

MON – THU
11:00am – 2:00pm

WE’RE BRINGING “SIESTA” BACK!
But have no fear…after a short break from our lunch
rush, we re-open at 4:30pm for a dinner experience
unlike any other!


4:30pm – 10:00pm

 

FRI
11:00am – 2:00pm

WE’RE BRINGING “SIESTA” BACK!
But have no fear…after a short break from our lunch
rush, we re-open at 4:30pm for a dinner experience
unlike any other!

4:30pm – 12:00am

 

 

SAT
11:30am – 12:00am

 

 

SUN
11:30am-9:00pm