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$10 for $20 worth of Mexican food and drinks
$20 for $40 worth of Mexican food and drinks for four or more
Menu items and prices vary by location, but some dishes include the carne-asada Legendary Super Mex burrito ($8.95), mixed chicken and steak fajitas with fresh guacamole ($12.45), and chorizo con huevos ($7.60). Click here for more information.
Super Mex’s vibrant neon signs have burned 24 hours a day since 1974, beckoning diners in for authentic Mexican fare, drinks, and games of chance. Mexican flags flutter from the rafters and massive flat-screen TVs beam down from colorful walls, illuminating diners as they place bets on the number of bristles in Mark McGwire’s goatee. Meanwhile in the kitchen, frying pans simmer with authentic Mexican breakfasts and dinners, along with an extensive menu of healthier entrees—including low-carb options, whole-wheat tortillas, soups, and salads. At some locations, meals can be paired with horchata or buckets of miniature Coronas.
From 14-hour days during the beginnings of their first restaurant in Long Beach more than 37 years ago, Super Mex founders Manuel and Socorro Orozco built franchises across Southern California. Inspired by the local cuisine of the village he was born in—Villa Jimenez, Michoacan, Mexico—Manuel brought his passion for traditional Mexican food to California, where the business grew with a dedicated following of college students. Striving to craft dishes that taste homemade, Super Mex offers Mexican classics such as burritos, tostadas, and flautas.
94% of 3,982 customers recommend
“I enjoyed the great authentic food and their service was great.”
“Friendly great efficient service excellent”
“authentic mexican food; portion size of the burrito chili verde could've been filled more with meat instead of all the onions and bell peppers uses in the dish; a...”
“authentic mexican food; portion size of the burrito chili verde could've been filled more with meat instead of all the onions and bell peppers uses in the dish; a good suggestion would be to add rice, beans to fill up the burrito; the cheese enchilada dish ordered by the other party was right on point; quality of food and speed of service counts for a positive restaurant experience....”