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A favorite of many, Azteca offers a lengthy roster of flavorful Mexican dishes.
A favorite of many, Azteca offers a lengthy roster of flavorful Mexican dishes.
A favorite of many, Azteca offers a lengthy roster of flavorful Mexican dishes.
A favorite of many, Azteca offers a lengthy roster of flavorful Mexican dishes.
A slightly more upscale option for Mexican offering exotic options like blood orange duck breast and pan-roasted salmon.
WIth the owners coming from a state in Mexico called Guanajuato that is famous for its slow-cooked pork, Carnitas Guanajuato Mexican Restaurant offers the finest of Mexican cuisine unlike any other.
The usual suspects are offered as well as tacos, sopes burritos and more. Also puts together a finely crafted version of the popular sandwich, torta ahogada.
In 2008, restaurateur Dilcia Molina, a Salvadorian ex-pat, opened this family-friendly eatery with burritos, enchiladas, fajitas, seafood dishes, ceviche and more than a dozen specialty dishes.
Upscale Mexican dining with tacos, fajitas, quesadillas, enchiladas, burritos and tamale treasures. Be sure to savor sipping on one of their delicious margaritas.
Margaritas in three sizes, a variety of tequilas, typical Tex Mex and traditional coastal Mexican dishes find a home in this friendly family-owned spot. Traditional dishes are listed on the a second menu with pictures.
The menu is lengthy and food portions are huge and tasty at this restaurant, which offers a flavorful mix of Tex Mex and Cal Mex, American hybridizations of Mexican dishes.
Inside two lines form: one for the freshly baked corn tortillas, the other for meats. Lupita's has five or six butchers on-site, and the prepared meats include barbecued beef (weekends), roasted chicken in adobo sauce, and roasted pork — with or without the skin.
The roster includes tacos, burritos, fajitas, salads — the usual suspects. But these are not your abuela’s tacos. Sure there’s a tasty rendition of a pork carnita paired with crisp chicharrónes and a piquant slaw, but chef Andy Caswell does a jazzy riff on a Korean-styled skirt steak taco, and the fried oyster taco is slathered with a creamy horseradish sauce with a pickled jalapeno float. Tacos are cheap: either $3.50 or $4. What more can you say about tacos than one is a snack, three is a meal.
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