This tiny taqueria dishes up authentic Mexican food and Salvadoran pupusas (corn pancakes stuffed thick with cheese, chiles, and other spicy delights). The fresh corn tortillas are made by hand all day long.
Traditional Mexican cuisine with a distinct modern flair served in a casual atmosphere.
This contemporary Mexican eatery offers up hand-crafted margaritas (try the prickly pear variety) and more than 100 different kinds of tequila. Chow down on the chicken, pork, and beef taco samplers or the pork green chili cheese fries.
The menu, which combines Spanish, Mexican, and Caribbean food (paella, cilantro chicken, and fresh fish dishes), is second only to the restaurant's infamous LB margarita.
One hundred percent true Mexican food, from tacos al pastor and carnitas to barbacoa. The menudo (a chile, hominy, and tripe soup) is a traditional hangover cure.
Home of the famous fried steak tacos. Family-owned since 1941.
This tiny restaurant delivers great tamales and other New Mexican-style cuisine.
This warehouse hole-in-the-wall has some of the best Mexican in town. Devoted patrons flock here for weekday lunches. Cash or checks only.
Natural ingredients, fresh produce, and unique flavors characterize this Mexican spot. Enjoy the famous margaritas, but be careful—they cut you off at three.
This neighborhood mainstay offers up authentic Mexican fare with a smile.