Daniels Mexican Restaurant
The culinarians at Daniel’s Mexican Restaurant draw inspiration from America’s southern neighbor to create a menu loaded with authentic Mexican fare such as burritos, enchiladas, and fajitas. Amid the colorful dining room, outfitted with strands of chili-pepper lights and hand-painted murals, guests begin synchronized digestion with queso fundido, a melted mélange of cheeses topped with cilantro and spring onion ($4), or chili poppers, cream-cheese-filled jalapeños cloaked in deep-fried bread crumbs ($4.25). The Macho burrito—a hearty blend of rice, beans, cheese, and a choice of meat ($9.95)—is sure to put hair on your chest and beans in your beard, and the enchiladas Sunrise, topped with two eggs ($8.95), brings the importance of breakfast to dinner. The fajitas for two ($17.95 for chicken or steak; $21.95 for shrimp or fish) satisfy the appetites of two hungry humans or one snacking sasquatch and are easily washed down with a selection of Mexican beer or margaritas.