Mexican Restaurants in Tarrytown

45% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Sol y La Luna Restaurant

El Sol y La Luna Restaurant


$20 $11


Iconic Mexican restaurant serves traditional and modern takes on the classics; occasional live entertainment

50% Off at Mexican Food Truck

The Hot Box Diner


$8 $4

The permanently-stationed food truck's team serves up tacos with a side of fried plantains, custom rice bowls, and other Mexican classics

44% Off Mexican Food at Dos Batos

Dos Batos


$18 $10

Nosh on Northern Mexican dishes featuring mesquite grilled Angus beef, chicken, or veggies, along with homemade tortillas and salsa

$6 for Mexican Food at Jalisco's Restaurant & Bar

Jalisco's Restaurant & Bar


$12 $6


Orange-tinged walls and live music evoke a pastoral cantina as diners feast on dishes such as beef enchiladas, chicken mole, and carne asada

Up to 47% Off Mexican Food at Los Reyes Mexican Grill

Los Reyes Mexican Gril - Anderson Mill

Northwest Austin

$15 $8

Traditional mexican cuisine melds with American and Tex-Mex specialties in such dishes as ranchero pork chops and jalapeño cheeseburgers

36% Off Baja-Style Mexican Food at Fuzzy's Taco Shop

Fuzzy's Taco Shop

Cedar Park

$14 $9

Menu at Fuzzy's Taco Shop includes fresh fish tacos and succulent pork-covered nachos paired with burritos and freshly prepared salsas

45% Off Mexican Food at Campo Azul Bar & Grill

Campo Azul Bar & Grill

Round Rock's Four Corners

$20 $11

Seasonal and local ingredients transformed into Molcajetes El Ranchero, Cielo, Mar y Tierra, Alambres, Baja Tacos, Enchiladas and more

40% Off at Tres Hermanas Restaurant & Cantina

Tres Hermanas Restaurant & Cantina

San Marcos

$20 $12


Eatery dishes out Mexican and American food such as nachos, wings, chicken fried steak, quesadillas, burritos, and jalapeño avocado burgers

Up to 44% Off Burritos at Habanero's Grill

Habanero's Grill

Multiple Locations

$16 $9


Giant Tex-Mex-style burritos voted among USA Today's best, wrapped in housemade tortillas and spiced with unique salsas

45% Off Mexican Cuisine for Two at Vida Mia

Vida Mia

Stone Oak

$20 $11


Al pastor tacos, chicken fajitas, and brawny burgers made with family recipes pave the way for Monterrey chocolate cake for dessert

Up to 44% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Jarro de Arturo

El Jarro De Arturo

Northeast San Antonio

$25 $15

Cooks update Tex-Mex staples by creating dishes such as pasta with grilled shrimp and a cilantro-pesto cream sauce and portobello enchiladas

45% Off Mexican Cuisine at Tilo Tex Mex

Tilo Tex Mex

Far North Central

$10 $5.50

Shredded-chicken enchiladas draped in housemade mole sauce and melted cheese; sizzling shrimp fajitas; plates of carne asada tacos

Up to 50% Off at Taco Kitchen

Taco Kitchen

San Antonio

$20 $11


Eatery serves speciality tacos with hard or soft shells, taco salads, chalupas, enchiladas, nachos, and fajitas with a Tex-Mex flair

Up to 44% Off at Matamoros Restaurante Y Cantina

Matamoros Restaurante Y Cantina

Northwest Side

$44.97 $27

Dinners for two or four include appetizers, such as stuffed jalapeños with steak tampiqueño and chimichangas, amid TVs and live music

44% Off Mexican Cuisine at Los Frogs Mexican Bar-N-Grill

Los Frogs Mexican Bar-N-Grill

Tobin Hill

$18 $10

Casual, authentic Mexican street food; pastor and barbacoa taquitos, chilaquiles, huaraches, and chipotle-infused meatballs

Up to 44% Off Mexican Food at Taco Haven

Taco Haven


$18 $10


NY Times- and Food Network-praised Mexican eatery has been satisfying hearty breakfast, lunch, and dinner appetites for 40+ years

Up to 50% Off at Los Cocos Fruteria Y Taqueria

Los Cocos Fruteria Y Taqueria

Donaldson Terrace

$20 $11


Highlights of the Mexican-inspired menu include crispy tacos, mini taquitos, tortas, and aguas frescas such as mango and horchata

40% Off Central American–Style Seafood at Mariscos Del Puerto

Mariscos Del Puerto

Northwest San Antonio

$15 $9

Central American–style seafood dishes include poached tilapia, ceviche, and pasta de camarones

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A trifecta of Texan, Mexican, and Hawaiian cuisine results in unexpected offerings at this eatery with up-close views of Lake Austin. Palm tree hugger nachos ($6.99) line the front of Hula Hut's hunger offense with black beans, carrots, spinach, and zucchini under a thatched roof of monterey jack cheese. Crusted coconut shrimp ($8.99) is another opening option and preps appetites for an entree of Hawaiian fajitas ($11.99 for half an order)––chicken glazed in Polynesian plum sauce and flanked by red-bell peppers, green onions, and pineapple. The chile-rubbed salmon tacos ($8.99) come topped with fresh cilantro and jalapeño-lime sauce and turn heat-loving taste buds into spiky, tropical blossoms. The gargantuan huli-huli luau platter ($22.99) is sure to satisfy tummies with any taste and includes ribs, chicken nachos, barbecue chicken tacos, chicken flautas, a chicken sink, a chopped salad, papas asadas, and chile con queso chips.

3825 Lake Austin Blvd

South American cuisine has roots in European cuisine, and the influences of Italy, Spain, and France are apparent on El Arbol’s menu. For a Spanish flair, turn to the four types of empanadas ($3.50–$9.50), and to taste a bit of Italy, request a side of ñoquis (gnocchi) ($7). Those looking to the core South American competency can look for South American tastes both well-known, such as ceviche ($13), and obscure, such as the use of quinoa—a grain-like crop that grows in the Andes—in the pancake that accompanies the pollo asado, a roasted chicken ($16). El Arbol has an oak-wood grill that emits smoke in the form of a beckoning finger to coax the finest flavors out of its beef and seafood. Texas Monthly’s favorite dish was the vieiras, “shimmering sea scallops showered with crisp bread crumbs and immersed in a mushroom-and-white-wine cream sauce.”

3411 Glenview Ave

Gung-ho gourmands have been macheting their way into Jeffrey's since 1975 to sample the inviting bistro's menu of small plates, soups, salads, and classic comforts served with gourmet twists. Under the toque of its new chef, Deegan McClung of Uchi fame, Jeffrey's carbon-conscious kitchen is amply stocked with many locally produced ingredients that make their way into the dinner menu's savory seasonal entrees and fleeting nightly specials. Start with squash soup with crème fraîche ($12), plus small plates of pickled shrimp with sesame-fried green tomatoes ($15) and the house specialty, crispy oysters ($15). Discriminating diners and their monocled grizzly-bear companions will find much to love in the lemon-crusted flounder ($34) luxuriating on a bed of pistachio puree with morels and sunflower seeds. A side of caramelized green beans and house-cured bacon ($8) goes particularly well with crispy pork shank ($24) surrounded by an entourage of sweet potato branbant, ramp bulbs, fresh fava beans, and pickled mustard seeds in a pork jus. A decadent dessert of banana-pudding ice cream sandwiches with house-made vanilla wafers ($10) or the chef's cheese selections ($7–$19) will finish the feast on a sweet note no matter how often one's blind date brags about exterminating the Jedi in one fell swoop.

1204 W Lynn St

Owners Chris Courtney, Kelly Chappell, and Jay Bunda designed Zocalo Cafe to be directly rooted in service to their community, even going so far as to name the restaurant after the Spanish word for "meeting place." This goal is evident in their participation in a locally run recycling program and use of compostable, eco-friendly to-go packaging, as well as their dedication to displaying work by local artists. Furthermore, their eatery boasts high vaulted ceilings, enormous floor-to-ceiling windows, and a bright garden patio, all of which create a space as open and inviting as their community mission.

Zocalo Cafe's chefs craft a Mexican menu as deliberately light and fresh as the restaurant's minimalist decor. The selection of classic, yet updated, interior Mexican cuisine includes crispy stacked enchiladas as well as turkey, beef, and mahi mahi tacos prepared using housemade tortillas and salsas. The weekend brunch menu unleashes modern twists on traditional breakfasts, such as eggs benedict with sweet potato biscuits and chilaquiles.

1110 W Lynn St

From its expansive open-air patio to its host of friendly servers, Cuatro’s cultivates a breezy dining experience in every sense of the word. As diners survey sports across 13 TV screens, including the massive 10'x10' “Cuatro-tron,” the kitchen staff sets to work dressing up the menu's two familiar staples—burgers and tacos—with eclectic ingredients. Tacos brim with meaty fillings such as brisket, chipotle chicken, and grilled shrimp, and burger patties steam under a cover of jalapeños, avocado slices, and fried eggs. Diners' four-legged companions also eat well at Cuatro’s, as the outdoor patio is dotted with water bowls, dog treats, and snout-sized moist towelettes.

1004 W 24th St

Served on Saturday and Sunday during the brunching hour (between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.), El Arroyo’s brunch menu satisfies voracious meal-mingling appetites with filling plates sided with generous helpings of refried beans, nopalitos, and potatoes. Leave gardening trowels at home and fork-dive into a heaping mid-morning-after of huevos rancheros ($5); a tamale omelet ($5); or breakfast tacos with eggs, cheeses, and more ($5). For something sweeter, guide tongues over mountainous stacks of banana or strawberry pancakes ($4.50) like a monkey-saddled Sherpa.

1624 W 5th St