995 Boston Road
Springfield, MA 01119

Only The Freshest Ingredients

Thursday is Trivia Night!

Join us for Western Mass Trivia Night at Casa De Nana Thursdays at 7 PM Winners Every Round!

Casa De Nana of Springfield MA - Mexican CantinaCasa De Nana’s menu features: appetizers (including nachos), quesadillas, burritos, chimichangas, enchiladas, lunch specials, dinner combos, a “Gringo Pub” section, anything A La Carte, and of course, tacos! All made from the freshest ingredients using time honored recipes of our founders. We have a variety of specialty margaritas, as well as a full selection of Mexican, domestic, and specialty beers. Casa De Nana has a full liquor license and a welcoming bar.

Casa De Nana is open every day of the week and we are conveniently located at 995 Boston Road in Springfield, MA.

So come relax, watch a game, listen to some tunes, all while enjoying delicious Mexican cuisine and refreshing beverages. Take out is always available, or order online through Delivery Express!

Our full service bar has over 50 types of tequila!

Delicious Food

Stopped for a margarita…stayed for two. The bartender Pete knows all there is about tequila and how to use it. Food delicious. Lea served with a smile and terrific poise and grace…all good! Glenn R.

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A Dining Pleasure

Been going to Casa De Nana’s for over 30 yrs. Seen a lot of changes, but one thing that hasn’t changed is the quality of the food. Service is always exceptional. Always a dining pleasure! Joanne L.

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Mexican “Cheers”

It’s like the neighborhood place to be. Sort of a Mexican Cheers. Great food, very friendly atmosphere, and super magueritas. And everybody knows my name! Judy S.

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Awesome Staff

Staff is awesome and food is great. The margaritas are always good. Juan R.

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Great Food

This place is fantastic and authentic!! We travel 60 miles one way from CT. Great food, great drinks, no one will leave here hungry!!! Yummmmm Kim P.

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Springfield Landmark

The earliest memories I have of “eating out” with my parents are of the original Nana’s Cocina, 1970ish. Some of my best memories as a kid, and then as an adult introducing my kids to the now Casa de Nana. Definitely a Springfield landmark. Joseph G.

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