The Pollo Poblano at Las Piramides is a melted mound of decadent goodness. Beneath the blanket of cheese is a nicely charbroiled chicken breast. CONNIE POST/STAFF

2 dishes worth trying at Huber Heights' Las Piramides

If you’re planning to attend any of the summer concerts at the Rose Music Center in Huber Heights, here is one restaurant to consider for casual dining and drinks before the show.

Las Piramides is one of two locally owned Mexican restaurants, centrally located on Chambersburg at Brandt Pike (the other one is at 101 Frankin St. in Centerville). Getting in and parking at the Huber location are easy.


Here are some menu items worth trying.

Pollo Poblano, a well-seasoned charbroiled chicken breast topped with poblano peppers, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, chihuahua cheese, and served with beans, rice and sour cream ($12.99).

Chicken Chimichanga entree ($11.99). Hot and fresh with a white cheese sauce poured over two large, deep-fried hand-grenade-sized chimichangas.

Blue Curacao Margarita, which is served strong and only $3.99 on special during our visit. Delicious!


Two dining areas seat about 100 hungry patrons, and the bright, festive colors make the experience interesting and fun.

Las Piramides is a place you can take the whole family where you won’t be bombarded with televisions. It’s also a nice place to have an actual conversation.


The place: Las Piramides Mexican Restaurant

The info: 6290 Chambersburg Road, Huber Heights


Hours: Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.