Buenavista Mexican Cantina
Local family-owned restaurant chain features authentic dishes and a festive atmosphere for its guests.
Buenavista Mexican Cantina has been a family-owned local restaurant chain and happily serving the North Alabama area for over 25 years. They started making their authentic blend of Mexican food in Scottsboro, Alabama. Now they have locations in Hampton Cove and Madison, Alabama.
Buenavista Mexican Cantinas offer a very friendly and family atmosphere at each of their locations. They want everyone to feel like family as soon as they walk in the door.
At Buenavista Mexican Cantina, their belief is that good food is finding that perfect balance between the way something looks and how it tastes. Their menus offer traditional Mexican fare like fajitas, burritos, quesadillas along with Buenavista specialties like Mexican Lasagna made with your choice of chicken or steak, and Cocktel De Camaron, which is Buenavista’s take on shrimp cocktail.
Buenavista Mexican Cantinas have plenty of space both inside and out for your special event or corporate meeting. On-site catering is available from each of their locations.
Be sure to stop in during Happy Hour each from 3 until 6 p.m.
Buenavista Mexican Cantinas offer daily specials: Mondays are Kids Eat Free, Taco Tuesdays and Trivia night, and Margaritas Thursdays!
For specials and coming events, view their website at buenavistacantina.com and follow them on their social media channels.
Founded in 1869, Madison is located 10 miles west of Huntsville. We’re known for our high quality schools, quaint downtown, adjacency to Huntsville International Airport, festivals, walking trails, and family fun!
Geographic Location: 34.6992 N, 86.7483 W
Area: 23.3 square miles
Counties: Madison & Limestone
Date of incorporation: 1869
Value of construction in 2014: $161,990,091
Annual Temp: 60° F
January Temp: 39° F
July Temp: 79° F
Annual Rain Fall: 56 inches
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Type of Government: Mayor / Council
Annual City Operating Budget: Approximately $30 million
City Bond Rating: Aa2 (Moody’s) and AA+ (Standard & Poor’s)
Municipal Zoning, Subdivision: Yes
Fire Insurance Class: ISO 1
The Madison Chamber of Commerce looks to unite all public and private interests to support those activities that are broader than any single business or industry, but that promote the welfare of our city and the area as a whole. The Madison Chamber of Commerce is a working partnership of business and professional people like you coordinating their efforts to advance the development of our community and the free enterprise system.
The Madison Chamber of Commerce cannot succeed without its valued members, and we work hard to help our members stay involved, connected and informed through events, activities, digital marketing and social media.
North Alabama, also known as the Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association, formed in 1964 with the express purpose of developing North Alabama’s travel industry and marketing the region to the traveling public. We now serve sixteen counties with an ever-expanding membership base representing progressive travel-regulated businesses and associations as well as various levels of government. Our hope is to expand on, and not duplicate, the objectives or efforts of local associations and organizations that represent specific industry components. We all prosper by working together in a unified effort to promote the sixteen-county region’s natural, historic and man-made attractions.
Voted Best Beer in Alabama!
Located less than a mile away from Huntsville Inter-national Airport is Rocket Republic Brewing Company.
Their Mach I IPA was voted best beer in Madison County, and their beer was voted best overall in the state of Alabama out of 16 other breweries.
Owned by a couple of local rocket scientists and a couple of craft beer lovers, this brewery has become a favorite hangout hotspot for residents and visitors alike. In addition to their award winning flagship ales, they are also known for out-of-this-world beer combinations.
A few fan favorites include Pomegranate Planet (a summer wheat ale with 100% Pom juice), the Astronut Peanut Butter Brown (a spinoff of their flagship brown ale made with real peanut butter) and their exclusive Coffee Cream Ale (a twist on their flagship Vapor Trail Cream Ale in collaboration with Connor’s restaurant at Bridge Street).
Can’t decide what appeals to your tastebuds the most? Come try a flight of beer in their Steampunk themed taproom, boasted to be “the best realized indoor beer-drinking space in the city” by Paste Magazine. It’s a must see for anyone who sets foot in the Rocket City!