Mexican Restaurants in Beech Grove

Mexican Dinner Cuisine for Two, Four, or Take-Out at Los Chilaquiles (Up to 50% Off)

Los Chilaquiles

Snacks - Guion Creek

$24 $12

Freshly prepared Mexican dishes, such as beef-tongue tacos, hominy soup with pork, shrimp in spicy diabla sauce & seven types of chilaquiles

Mexican Entrees and Soft Drinks for Two or Four at Paco’s Taqueria (Up to 55% Off)

Paco’s Taqueria

Indianapolis

$28 $13

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Taqueria offers traditional Mexican dishes, such as huevos rancheros, tamales, tortas, enchiladas, burritos, and tacos

$8 for $16 Worth of Mexican and Tex-Mex Food at Two Amigos

Two Amigos

Indianapolis

$16 $8

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Margaritas and Kahlua coladas temper the heat of shredded-beef enchiladas, stuffed chimichangas, and other Mexican specialties

Mexican Food and Drink for Two or Four or More at Lindo Mexico (45% Off)

Lindo Mexico

Greenwood

$20 $11

(150)

Seafood soup served in a stone bowl, T-bone steak slathered in ranchero sauce, and Mexican classics alongside draft beer and margaritas

Mexican Cuisine at Mexico City Grill (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Mexico City Grill

Mexico City Grill

$20 $12

(25)

Mexico City–style chimichangas, seafood paella, and al pastor pork burritos; cocktails and cold beer

Mexican Food at Don Pancho's Mexican Restaurant (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Don Pancho's Mexican Restaurant

Kokomo

$20 $11

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Diners feast on Mexican favorites such as burritos and enchiladas, in a dining room decorated like the Mayan ruins

$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Maya Mexican Restaurant

Maya Mexican Restaurant

Deerfield

$20 $11

Entrees range from tacos filled with sausage, tongue, and pork to tortas, pozole, gorditas, and more

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Like the ivy plant, Mexican cuisine has spread far and wide across the United States and thrives in many cities. However, the chefs at El Sol de Tala are interested in getting back to the roots of Mexican cuisine, creating authentic Mexican food as they have since 1979. They make fresh guacamole to order, imbuing it with the tropical flavor of mango and nutty flavor of walnut, and braise succulent short ribs in Negra Modelo beer, pairing them with a rustic red salsa. Behind the bar, mixologists complement the kitchen's creations with margaritas crafted from fresh fruits and smooth reposado tequilas.

The decor heightens the experience of the food's flavors and aromas by transporting guests south of the border. A modest yellow brick building on the outside, the restaurant's interior combines lively, colorful fabric art and paintings with hacienda-style stucco archways. A 2-ton limestone fountain dominates the middle of the dining room, soothingly burbling throughout meals. Even the chairs sport artwork, bearing intricate images of the sun, moon, or macaw parrots that occasionally demand crackers dipped in fresh salsa verde.

2444 E Washington St
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Los Cabos Mexican Grill is awash in color, from the vibrant paintings that speckle the pink, green, and blue walls to the fruity frozen margaritas that line up on the bar. In the kitchen, chefs shower homemade enchiladas with bright-green salsa and deep-brown mole, topping overstuffed burritos and chimichangas with rainbows of pico de gallo, guacamole, and sour cream. They fold fresh seafood into specialty entrees, such as citrusy fish ceviche and spicy shrimp a la diabla.

Behind the bar, servers whip up a range of specialty cocktails, such as blueberry margaritas and sweet frozen daiquiris. Customers recline in cushy booths and watch chefs prepare guacamole during entertaining tableside performances, marveling as they nimbly slice up fresh avocado, dice onions, and transform napkins into a flock of doves.

6714 E 82nd St
Indianapolis,
IN
US

The kitchens inside La Bamba Fresh Mexican Food look a bit different than most restaurants. That's because they don't have a freezer or a fryer, and instead focus on fresh food cooked right in front of the customer. The restaurant's chefs start with traditional bolillos?a soft Mexican roll?or tortillas that are made specifically for the restaurant each day. In addition to the as-big-as-your-head La Bamba burrito, they craft tacos and tortas with meat or vegetarian fillings. Chefs can then add a spicy touch and splash dishes with their hot sauce, which is so popular people ask for it in bottles or pepper-spray form.

3820 Lafayette Rd.
Indianapolis,
IN
US

La Parada presents visitors with an impressive menu chock full of fresh seafood and shrimp cocktails, along with sizzling cuts of grilled beef and tortillas stuffed with slow-cooked meats. The bill of fare spans across the diverse culinary subsections of Mexican cuisine, with Veracruz-style tilapia filets and fresh octopus ceviche, tender morsels of pork carnitas, and towering trompos of succulent al pastor. Guests savor servings of chorizo, goat stew, and rajas con queso with the help of tacos, burritos, sopes, and osmosis. To wash the whole show down, the cantina slings a host of Mexican beers and micheladas.

1638 E New York St
Indianapolis,
IN
US

The menu at El Taco King is printed in English and Spanish, a hint at the culinary roots of the burritos, enchiladas, and tacos therein. In the kitchen, chefs sear steak, pork, and chicken for tacos, along with less common butcher selections such as goat, tripe, and head meat. Bottles of wheat-hued Mexican beers clink together with the sound of a xylophonist’s tears falling, and happy sighs drift over bowls of flan and fried ice cream.

4040 N High School Rd
Indianapolis,
IN
US

Flavors from the Bajio region of Central Mexico add a savory twist to the south-of-the-border fare served at Bajio Mexican Grill. Traditional spices from this mostly rural lowland region besprinkle proteins such as sweet pork and shrimp sautéed in honey butter, which chefs wrap in tortillas or hide under their toques to prepare for winter. Many plates arrive at tables garnished with Bajio's signature mango salsa for a final splash of sweet.

670 US Highway 31 S
Greenwood,
IN
US