Mexican Restaurants in Burlington

45% Off Mexican Food at Adobe Gila's

Adobe Gila's


$20 $11


Mexican menu includes refreshing 64-ounce margaritas, gooey quesadillas, juicy burgers, and sizzling fajitas

Up to 45% Off Mexican and Latin American Fare at Salsa's



$20 $11

Eatery serves Mexican food as well as signature Colombian and Venezuelan dishes and hosts salsa dancing on weekends

Up to 40% Off at Sol Azteca's Mexican Restaurant

Sol Azteca's Mexican Restaurant

Fern Creek

$20 $12

Signature Mexican dishes include chicken flautas, carne asada burritos, and mushroom quesadillas

45% Off at Riviera Maya Mexican Cuisine

Riviera Maya Mexican Cuisine


$20 $11

Tacos, enchiladas, fajitas, burritos, and made-from-scratch flan and churros mingle on a bold, flavorful menu of Mexican eats

44% Off at Lolita's Tacos Inc.

Lolita's Tacos

Camp Taylor

$19.59 $12


Rice, beans & chips share platter space with hard or soft tacos, beef enchiladas, taquitos, or burrito at authentic Mexican eatery

Up to 40% Off at Barrio Taco & Tequila Bar

Barrio Taco & Tequila Bar


$20 $12

Eatery serves authentic street-style tacos with grilled chicken, tilapia, skirt steak, pork, veggies, or ground beef, as well as burritos

$5 Off Tex-Mex at Tijuana Flats

Tijuana Flats

On Location

$25 $20

Hormone-free chicken, pork, and steak fill burritos, tostadas, and chimichangas; vegetarian dishes made with lard-free beans

40% Off Mexican Food at La Bamba Fresh Mexican Food

La Bamba Fresh Mexican Food

Multiple Locations

$10 $6

In addition to the as-big-as-your-head La Bamba burrito, chefs can craft tacos and tortas with meat or vegetarian fillings

Up to 50% Off Mexican Food at Los Chilaquiles

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

Up to 55% Off at Paco’s Taqueria

Paco’s Taqueria


$28 $13


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

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

Two Amigos


$16 $8


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

Up to 40% Off at Mexico City Grill

Mexico City Grill

Mexico City Grill

$20 $12


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

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Many of the menu's dishes infuse traditional Mexican fare with American flavors. Loco fries come smothered with homemade cheese sauce, pico de gallo, jalapeños, sour cream, and shredded cheese ($6.99, add $1 for beef or chicken). Margarita's famously fresh fajitas are served with rice, beans, tortillas, and salad and pack a meaty punch from marinated steak or chicken ($9.99) or the Cozumel's medley of steak, chicken, shrimp, chorizo and pineapples ($15.99). Chow on chimichangas ($9.99–$13.99), quesadillas ($6.99–$11.99), enchiladas ($11.99–$13.99), burritos ($9.99–$12.99), carne asada ($9.99), and vegetarian combinations ($9.99). Or build your own burger ($6.99) by choosing a beef, chicken, or turkey base and arming it with exotic toppings ($1 each).

220 Plaza Dr
Cold Spring,

Begun by the Fuentes family, who traces their culinary roots to La Piedad, Mexico, El Toro Mexican Restaurant serves up time-tested Mexican dishes that range from tamales and chiles poblanos to chimichangas stuffed with beef tips. Their peppery fajitas can be made either with beef or with selections from the seafood menu, such as a combo of shrimp, crab, and tilapia. Patrons wash down their spicy medleys with drinks that include Dos Equis beer and specialty margaritas such as the Margarona, which adds Corona and acapella renditions of "My Sharona" to the classic beverage. The eatery surrounds its appetite-satisfying food with a similarly bright atmosphere, allowing diners to tear into burritos and tostadas amid sunny-yellow walls and colorful murals.

3816 Paxton Ave

Citysearchers give Cactus Pear's Jefferson location a 3.5-star average. Nine Yelpers give the Jefferson location an average of three stars, while seven more Yelpers give the restaurant's Kenwood location an identical three-star rating. Seventy-eight percent of 119 Urbanspooners recommend the Cactus Pear on Jefferson, and 76% of 135 additional Urbanspooners like the Kenwood bistro.

9500 Kenwood Rd
Blue Ash,

Rincon Mexicano's resident tortilla technicians channel family recipes to bolster a menu of authentic Mexican dishes. Tune-up appetites with a prelude of house salsa or salsa verde before unlocking clenched jaws with the proper password⎯MichaelJordan&Baseball⎯to imbibe the burrito mexicano, which snuggles pork and vegetables in a flour-tortilla sleeping bag blanketed with cheese sauce. Chefs employ the aid of tender chicken breast smothered in house-made mole sauce to construct mole poblano, while seafood tacos unite shrimp and tilapia, affording diners the privilege of sampling seafaring flavors without the hassle of stealing a mermaid's lunchbox. Diners can enjoy their meals tucked cozily into dark-stained high-backed booths surrounding the original artwork that adorns the golden stucco walls.

4450 Eastgate Blvd

Within Taqueria Maya's family-friendly confines, amiable servers help end tragic in-mouth flavor droughts with platters of authentic Mexican fare. Fork-wielding folks can rip into a combo dinner that unites one taco, two enchiladas, rice, and beans in hunger-busting harmony, and red-meat aficionados can tuck into protein-packed mouthfuls of the carne asada tacos laced with cilantro and onion. Lunch specials such as a large quesadilla or a pair of tamales sooth stomach rumbles and, like politicians eager to show their commitment to a healthy lifestyle, they publicly lie atop a bed of rice and beans. Taqueria Maya stocks Jarritos, a Mexican soft drink, in multiple flavors, providing diners with a thirst-quenching alternative to standing outside with their mouths open until a thunderstorm strikes.

9996 Kings Auto Mall Rd

Though the family-oriented grill's atmosphere mostly recalls a comfy Mexican restaurant (down to the homemade chips and salsa greeting you at the table), the menu touts tastes from across the globe. Try the signature Hawaiian-style ribs ($13.99 half order, $24.99 whole) marinated and grilled in a secret-recipe Jack Daniel’s barbecue sauce, or take a Bavarian turn with the mett-n-kraut ($12.99), a German-style minced pork with sauerkraut on rye bread. Otherwise, opt for something more Italian such as the homemade meat or vegetarian lasagna ($12.99). Classic Tostado's burgers ($8.49) with your choice of toppings (including mushrooms, bacon, barbecue, and Swiss, Provolone, or American cheese) and reubens ($8.99) bring the around-the-world menu back home. True to its name, though, Tostado’s also serves up Mexican dishes that range from familiar burritos ($9.99–$11.99, depending on filling) and quesadillas ($9.99–$11.99) to the creative Mexican hot dog ($6.99), which comes with sour cream, mustard, and pico de gallo.

3500 Eastern Ave