Mexican Restaurants in Boerne

Mexican Food for Two or Four at Fajita Express (45% Off)

Fajita Express

Far West Side

Fast, yet authentic Mexican dishes including tacos, tortas, fajitas, and tostadas, plus meats such as barbacoa and carnitas by-the-pound

$20 $11

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Mexican Food at Tink-A-Tako (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Tink-A-Tako

Oakland Estates

Traditional Mexican cuisine with a selection of different enchilada sauces and chilaquiles lauded on Great Day SA

$20 $11

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$8 for $15 Worth of Mexican Food at El Nogal Mexican Restaurant

El Nogal Mexican Restaurant

Downtown

Restaurant serves up classic Mexican favorites, as well as specials such as San Antonio beef short ribs and brisket ranchero

$15 $8

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Mexican Seafood for Two or Four or Three Vouchers for Two at Master Chef Seafood & Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Master Chef Seafood & Grill

San Antonio

The kitchen presents avocado-heaped fish tacos, shrimp bobbing in inky tomato sauce, and skillets sizzling with cheese-cloaked steak

$20 $12

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Mexican Cuisine for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, or Takeout at Blanco's Mexican Restaurant (Up to 63% Off)

Blanco's Mexican Restaurant

Hills of Park North

Chorizo scrambles and huevos rancheros headline the breakfast menu; homemade tortillas support tacos, quesadillas, and enchiladas

$12 $4.50

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Mexican Meals for Two or Take-Out at Taco Haven (Up to 44% Off)

Taco Haven

Lavaca

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

$18 $10

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20 Specialty Tacos for Dine-In or Carry-Out or Tex-Mex Food for Two or Four at Taco Kitchen (Up to 50% Off)

Taco Kitchen

San Antonio

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

$16 $8

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The kitchensmiths at Sely's Mexican Restaurant forge a mountain of tasty Mexican fare to fuel hungry trekkers within the colorful eatery. Pull up a chair and dig into a bowl of menudo, a traditional Mexican soup ($5.75), to activate taste buds before tackling platefuls of steak ranchero served with rice, beans, and guacamole salad ($8.95).

812 N Main St
Boerne,
TX
US

More than 40 years ago, Charlie and Mary Garcia founded El Chaparral Mexican Restaurant to share their culinary heritage with the local community. Though the business has now been passed down to the next generation of the family, the restaurant adheres to the made-fresh recipes of its early days, delighting diners with hearty enchiladas, fresh seafood dishes, and its signature bean soup.

707 S Main St
Boerne,
TX
US

Ever since it first opened in 1975, El Jarro de Arturo has steadily pushed the boundaries of traditional Tex-Mex cuisine by introducing new flavors and ingredients. These continental inclinations heavily influence dishes such as the bowtie pasta with grilled shrimp and cilantro-pesto sauce, and the grilled salmon with chipotle-spiked mushrooms and mashed potatoes. At the same time, the chefs stay true to their Tex-Mex roots by creating hand-patted corn tortillas and whisking each and every order of guacamole. A selection of enchiladas stuffed with everything from chicken to portobello mushrooms appears alongside other familiar classics, such as beef fajitas in a sputtering iron skillet and chicken glazed with a decadently rich mole sauce.

Although El Jarro de Arturo's menu experiments with Tex-Mex cuisine, the decor stays completely faithful to the source of its inspiration. Earthenware tiles line the floor, Mexican artwork and crafts adorn the walls, and leafy potted plants add a splash of green to the room's warm tones. For a view of even more foliage, the restaurant also seats guests on an outdoor patio section that remains open all year long. The spirited energy of the indoor space grows on Friday and Saturday evenings as a live band performs in front of a dance floor.

13421 San Pedro Ave
San Antonio,
TX
US

The folks at Zagat-rated Paloma Blanca Mexican Cuisine view the restaurant as a family endeavor—not only because many of them have been there since the restaurant opened in 1997, but because of the homelike atmosphere. The staff and patrons are even spending 2012 celebrating the restaurant's quinceañera, or 15-year anniversary. The fiesta feeling is found in the housemade Mexican and Tex-Mex entrees forged from fresh produce, corn tortillas, and spicy salsas. To welcome those with celiac disease, the chefs also provide modified versions of their standard fare with a gluten-free menu. The hacienda-inspired restaurant encompasses several distinct dining areas, each with its own decor, color scheme, and astrological sign. Diners can enjoy their meals on an outdoor patio surrounded by floral landscapes and sparkling fountains or in a brick-walled room permeated with light from hanging sconces and a wall of windows. At the onsite cantina, bartenders pour specialty margaritas, dozens of tequilas, and imported beers.

5800 Broadway St
San Antonio,
TX
US

Sandra Arias was only 12 years old when her family first arrived on American soil. Her parents opened Tink-A-Tako to serve authentic tacos, enchiladas, and Mexican specialties, establishing a legacy that would grow across two decades to 11 locations throughout San Antonio. Today, Sandra, her brothers, and her sister still oversee the kitchens, directing culinary crews as they stuff savory meats into homemade tortillas, adorn enchiladas with a selection of different sauces, and simmer up the chilaquiles. Out in the dining areas, colorful Mexican artwork, ornamental chili peppers, and an absence of Canadian flags give off an authentic Mexican feel. Many locations also boast full bars, outdoor patios, and drive-thru windows.

5895 Babcock Rd
San Antonio,
TX
US

The cooks at Orderup focus on the classics: burgers, fries, and shakes. Wielding hand-pressed patties, they craft signature burgers such as the La Bomba, which comes with cheddar, bacon, and a fried egg on a buttered bun, or versions with chicken, pork, and fish. The menu also showcases more than 10 shake flavors, including Mexican vanilla, banana, and nutella. Sides of honey-coconut sweet potato fries or serrano cheese fries round out a meal.

999 E Basse Rd.
San Antonio,
TX
US