Good Food, Good Life
Originally known as Canal Farm and then Canal Farm Inn, España's Southwest Bar and Grill is a canal and ranching headquarters turned Mexican and Southwestern restaurant. Our family-owned and operated establishment has been cooking up mouthwatering cuisine for more than 50 years.Menu
Banquets & Catering
Celebrate and enjoy your evening by hosting your celebration at our banquet. We also offer full-service catering options delivered to your location. Reach out to us for details.
Chile Relleno BitesWarren7980
"Absolutely delicious, I was there for drinks, yet the chili relleno bites, I always order at any place I try. From Hawaii we don't have a selection of Mexican food available. It was especially cheesey, you can taste the egg around the breeding which was delightful. As an appetizer I wasn't expecting much from the dish and I was pleasantly surprised by the freshness of the little bites. I will definitely coming back."
"Ordered for pickup a couple of days ago. Everything was wonderful. Also got the Seafood Chimi for the first time and it didnt disappoint. Staff was wonderful and everything was very good."
Baja Chicken Caesar WrapR
"DELICIOUS! THIS IS MY FAVORITE LUNCH TO GO ALWAYS!"
Carne Asada TacoSandrapantages
"I live in San Jose and have a second home in Los Banos the day I arrive my first stop is Espana's for the best food ever."
"The chicken fajita dish is filled with flavor full chicken, green peppers, perfectly sautéed onions and topped with a satisfying amount of guacamole and sour cream. Beans, rice and tortillas of your choice makes it the perfect plate for any kind of night."
"Absolute best enchilada sauce anywhere!!! Better than Grandma's!"
Our Heritage And History
Welcome to España's Southwest Bar and Grill. We are excited to share our history with the legendary Canal Farm Inn. Canal Farm was originally settled by Henry Miller, a German immigrant whose dedication and optimism built a future out of a desert. In the late 1800s, Miller owned and operated Canal Farm as a headquarters for his canal operations. He ran vast farmland, canal districts, ranches and grazing pastures. His mission was continual innovation in every endeavor.
Family-Owned And Operated
In 1929, Miller sold the land to Joe and Martha Goni, who added "Inn" to the name and converted the property into a boarding house, restaurant, bar and motel. In 1967 Canal Farm Inn was purchased by John and Ester Amabile, who have kept the restaurant in their family ever since. The restaurant's name was changed to España's Southwest Bar and Grill in 1981. Our family is proud to have been offering exceptional Mexican food to locals and tourists alike for more than 50 years.