Cafe San Miguel is Closing on Sunday by Nancy Nichols Posted in Closings, Mexican Revolution, Regional Mexican Cuisine, Restaurant News. Nov 01, 2011 at 6:47 pm 6 comments First Alma, now Cafe San Miguel. This just in from a loyal Disher and Cafe San Miguel diner: Had lunch there today and was told by our waitress that they are closing on Sunday. Is the Dallas revolution in Mexican cuisine flatlining? Next Post Previous Post Read This Next Mesa’s New Fall Menu is Spectacular Wild Salsa: Hate the Sign, Love the Food Restaurant Review: Mesa in Oak Cliff cb foodie I don’t think it’s the Mexican cuisine thing as much as the congestion on Henderson thing. Recall that Hector’s on Henderson recently closed, too. I enjoyed dining at Cafe San Miguel, but the Henderson traffic in the evening was such a nightmare that I stopped dining in that area. Amy S We used to go regularly, it was a mom-and-pop owned place and we loved their pomeritas and the bright lights in the bar. But somebody hijacked their parking lot and started charging $5 to park there, we never went back. BorntoRhone I loved their food and only ever had 1 poor experience when they fobbed us off with store bought tortillas instead of the fantastic homemade ones. I never saw enough people there though and agree parking caused the problem because they were really more of a pure restaurant than part of the Henderson bar nightlife. lk I love CSM but once the valet took over their lot and that end of Henderson became more developed, it was a production to go there. The owner said he will be looking for a new space in 2012 and I really hope he does. http://www.ittybittyfoodies.com IttyBittyFoodies Mama – Cheryl Maybe it’s time for Pho… sausage on a stick I concur w/the valet parking issues. Valet parking is like a syphillis outbreak in many areas of Dallas. We dined there and while the food was fine, the arrogance of the valets and having to deal w/them at 4:30 pm during the week meant other destinations for our Mexican food fix. Good luck to the owners with the relocation, sad to see any restaurant close in Dallas.