Miel De Agave

Miel De Agave

Hours

Tuesday:
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday:
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thursday:
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday:
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Saturday:
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Sunday:
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday:
N/A

Chamber Rating

Verified Member
4.5 - (492 reviews)
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Chamber Rating

Verified Member
4.5 - (492 reviews)
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  • Hugo licea


    Mar 24th, 2024

  • Daniel Ortiz

    Excellent attention from the waiters Very good quality of food good prices And a great atmosphere
    Mar 23rd, 2024

  • Josh Smucker

    This place has a really cool vibe, we went at 2:00 on a Sunday so it wasn't very busy. It just sounded really good. Randomly in the mood for a burger, and it's one of the best burgers I've ever had. The avocado and cheese. Crazy good. Service was also great.
    Mar 23rd, 2024

  • Kevin Windhorst

    Portions were laughably small for high prices. Absolute ripoff, would not recommend.
    Mar 23rd, 2024

  • Tim Weable

    6 of us on 3 separate bills sat near each other and were told that we all made to pay an additional 20% extra for... well, reasons. When pressed on this, our server couldn't come up with an explanation at all, saying, "Well, it's just what we do". Why? Where, geographically, does this invisible geographic line of denomination end? Would it apply if we sat 1 more foot away from the other parties? 2, perhaps? What if I came in with my wife and had 4 children? Would I be expected to pay an extra 20% for that too? Our ordering arrangement didn't constitute the kitchen bringing out anything all at once, as our 3 couple/3 bill ensemble ordered independently of each other. One couple just wanted some chips and a couple cocktails. Another wanted a couple apps and beer. One other waited and ordered up entrees. We were truly separate entities seated together and treated as such, which was the idea from the get-go and we were fine with. In any event, it would have been nice to know of this hidden charge pre-meal, instead of right when the server was presenting us with our bill. After-all, 1/3 of the restaurant was empty... there was absolutely no reason for this. We weren't a party of 6, we were 3 parties of 2 that had no inclination to be served together nor did we gobble up valuable seating real estate. Eh, whatever. As for service, I understand authenticity, and I totally get the whole diversity thing everybody is clamoring to use as a throwaway excuse for substandard expectations and behaviors, but at least invest enough time in your life and livelihood to be able to somewhat attempt to converse in the most basic of manners when given a customer facing service job. Anything short absolutely emboldens the push against $15+/hr wage demands and drags down the already bedraggled reputation the food and beverage service industry has earned itself through continued, fostered impertinence. As for the food. Well, it was alright for the most part. In terms of apps, many items seemed scant or overpriced. Chips were pulverized shards not suitable in size for dipping in the oddly mysterious (and unexplained) salsas, one of which was a literal bowl of oil they called macha - for those not in the know, salsa macha traditionally contains a small amount of oil, much like chili crisp does, but primarily stars a mash-up of toasted seeds and nuts as well, none of which were present in any of ours. While their huitlacoche empanaditas were a fantastic concept all-around, just wonderful. The pork belly app was underwhelming, and toritos were large and plentiful but utterly lackluster in flavor and richness, very one dimensional, floating in a mystery juice that would normally consists of a soy sauce mixture - we couldn't identify this ours through repeated tasting and ended up only eating half of what came out. Entrees were all over the board, with the infamous quesabirria being the power player and well-worth the price in all regards - although mine was pre-saturated with consomm to the point of not being able to pick it up without it falling apart and thusly I ended up having to eat it with a fork. Still delicious! The guy sitting next to me ordered the same thing, his was perfect and able to be handled and dipped as desired. Green chile enchiladas were loaded with cold, dry chicken, wrapped in stale-ish tortillas. The serrano/jalapeno sauce was rich, savory and absolutely drinkable, but weirdly, the sum was dry. Knowing all of this now, crapshooting an undersized $180 tomahawk will remain forever off-the-table. This place seems like a great dream being drug down by low-end mediocrity. With some simple modifications, fine-tuning of the menu, FOH processes, qualified staff selection and mandatory continued reeducation, this establishment could be the banger it sees itself as. Might reconsider returning sometime down the road if they really doubled down and put in the hard work required to stand out and rise above the rest of their industry peers. I really do wish them well.
    Mar 24th, 2024

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About
Miel De Agave

Nestled in the vibrant heart of downtown Phoenix, La Miel de Agave is more than just a restaurant. It's a unique space for celebrating Mexican culture, music, art, and culinary excellence. We invite you on a journey that weaves the timeless traditions of Mexico with a fresh, modern twist. Our menu features a diverse selection of comfort food classics and global fusion dishes, catering to a wide range of tastes and preferences. Hungry for Mexican street food? Try our Infamous Birria. Craving a world-class steak? We've got a Tomahawk for that. Relax with a draft beer or one of our luxury cocktails. We're excited to welcome you and deliver a cultural experience sure to leave you smiling.

Contact Info

Services

  • bar
  • restaurant
  • mexican food
  • food
  • mexican cuisine

Payment Methods

  • cred
  • DEBIT
  • MASTERCARD
  • VISA

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Miel De Agave?

A The phone number for Miel De Agave is: (602) 466-8066.


Q Where is Miel De Agave located?

A Miel De Agave is located at 705 North 1st Street, #110, Phoenix, AZ 85004


Q What is the internet address for Miel De Agave?

A The website (URL) for Miel De Agave is: https://lamieldeagave.com/


Q What days are Miel De Agave open?

A Miel De Agave is open:
Tuesday: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thursday: 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Saturday: 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Sunday: 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday: N/A


Q How is Miel De Agave rated?

A Miel De Agave has a 4.5 Star Rating from 492 reviewers.

Hours

Tuesday:
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday:
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Thursday:
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday:
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Saturday:
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
Sunday:
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Monday:
N/A

Ratings and Reviews
Miel De Agave

Overall Rating

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Hugo licea on Google

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Daniel Ortiz on Google

image Excellent attention from the waiters
Very good quality of food
good prices
And a great atmosphere


Josh Smucker on Google

image This place has a really cool vibe, we went at 2:00 on a Sunday so it wasn't very busy. It just sounded really good. Randomly in the mood for a burger, and it's one of the best burgers I've ever had. The avocado and cheese. Crazy good. Service was also great.

Business Response on Google Mar 24th, 2024
Thank you for your kind words, Josh! We're glad you enjoyed the vibe and our delicious burger with avocado and cheese. We look forward to welcoming you back soon!

Kevin Windhorst on Google

image Portions were laughably small for high prices. Absolute ripoff, would not recommend.

Business Response on Google Mar 24th, 2024
We are sorry to hear about your disappointing experience. Your feedback is important to us, and we will take your comments into consideration to improve our service. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

Tim Weable on Google

image 6 of us on 3 separate bills sat near each other and were told that we all made to pay an additional 20% extra for... well, reasons. When pressed on this, our server couldn't come up with an explanation at all, saying, "Well, it's just what we do". Why? Where, geographically, does this invisible geographic line of denomination end? Would it apply if we sat 1 more foot away from the other parties? 2, perhaps? What if I came in with my wife and had 4 children? Would I be expected to pay an extra 20% for that too? Our ordering arrangement didn't constitute the kitchen bringing out anything all at once, as our 3 couple/3 bill ensemble ordered independently of each other. One couple just wanted some chips and a couple cocktails. Another wanted a couple apps and beer. One other waited and ordered up entrees. We were truly separate entities seated together and treated as such, which was the idea from the get-go and we were fine with. In any event, it would have been nice to know of this hidden charge pre-meal, instead of right when the server was presenting us with our bill. After-all, 1/3 of the restaurant was empty... there was absolutely no reason for this. We weren't a party of 6, we were 3 parties of 2 that had no inclination to be served together nor did we gobble up valuable seating real estate. Eh, whatever.
As for service, I understand authenticity, and I totally get the whole diversity thing everybody is clamoring to use as a throwaway excuse for substandard expectations and behaviors, but at least invest enough time in your life and livelihood to be able to somewhat attempt to converse in the most basic of manners when given a customer facing service job. Anything short absolutely emboldens the push against $15+/hr wage demands and drags down the already bedraggled reputation the food and beverage service industry has earned itself through continued, fostered impertinence.
As for the food. Well, it was alright for the most part. In terms of apps, many items seemed scant or overpriced. Chips were pulverized shards not suitable in size for dipping in the oddly mysterious (and unexplained) salsas, one of which was a literal bowl of oil they called macha - for those not in the know, salsa macha traditionally contains a small amount of oil, much like chili crisp does, but primarily stars a mash-up of toasted seeds and nuts as well, none of which were present in any of ours. While their huitlacoche empanaditas were a fantastic concept all-around, just wonderful. The pork belly app was underwhelming, and toritos were large and plentiful but utterly lackluster in flavor and richness, very one dimensional, floating in a mystery juice that would normally consists of a soy sauce mixture - we couldn't identify this ours through repeated tasting and ended up only eating half of what came out.
Entrees were all over the board, with the infamous quesabirria being the power player and well-worth the price in all regards - although mine was pre-saturated with consomm to the point of not being able to pick it up without it falling apart and thusly I ended up having to eat it with a fork. Still delicious! The guy sitting next to me ordered the same thing, his was perfect and able to be handled and dipped as desired. Green chile enchiladas were loaded with cold, dry chicken, wrapped in stale-ish tortillas. The serrano/jalapeno sauce was rich, savory and absolutely drinkable, but weirdly, the sum was dry. Knowing all of this now, crapshooting an undersized $180 tomahawk will remain forever off-the-table.
This place seems like a great dream being drug down by low-end mediocrity. With some simple modifications, fine-tuning of the menu, FOH processes, qualified staff selection and mandatory continued reeducation, this establishment could be the banger it sees itself as.
Might reconsider returning sometime down the road if they really doubled down and put in the hard work required to stand out and rise above the rest of their industry peers.
I really do wish them well.

Business Response on Google Mar 24th, 2024
We are sorry to hear about your experience. Your feedback is valuable to us and we appreciate you sharing it with us. We apologize for any confusion regarding the additional charge and the service you received. We will address these issues internally to improve our service quality. Thank you for your detailed review.

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