Mis Suenos was a dream come true for Debbie Ramirez. Debbie literally grew up in the restaurant industry, specifically at Frank Monrealís El Matador, starting when she was just fourteen years old. When Frank Monreal died in 2002, he left part of the restaurant to her. In June of 2010 she sold Montrealís, and Mis Suenos had its grand opening that December. Many staff joined Debbie from Monrealís, and some coworkers have even been working together for 30 years.Mis Suenos is not your typical restaurant in the sense that they serve breakfast! You can order anything from blueberry pancakes to tacos de pastor. What furthermore sets Mis Suenos apart from the crowd is that they offer five homemade salsas ranging from mild to hot, to satisfy everyoneís spice preference. Also a must try is their Friday Fish Fry, where they serve beer battered cod, perch, shrimp and pike. When visiting Mis Suenos, be sure not to miss out on their fresh homemade desserts, or one of their fifteen flavors of margaritas.Mis Suenos specializes in a variety of catering options. In their beautiful and colorful dining area, Mis Suenos can host up to 120 guests for your next party. Mis Suenos also offers off-site catering for up to 300 people.
7335 W Greenfield Ave
West Allis, WI 53214