Mexican Restaurants in Burnsville

50% Off at Fiesta Mexican Cuisine

Apple Valley

$24 $12

Diners can try authentic, regional Mexican dishes, such as Mayan-style pulled pork from Yucatán and fish fillet from Veracruz

Up to 52% Off Chilitos at Zantigo

Multiple Locations

$20.68 $10

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Mexican restaurant home to the chilito, a blend of cheese and chili in a stretched-by-hand tortilla

50% Off Mexican Food at El Nuevo Rodeo Restaurante

Longfellow

$24 $12

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Sturdy wooden tables prop up plate after plate of authentic, regional Mexican food under warm light of rustic lanterns

Half Off Mexican Food at El Taquito Taco Shop

West St. Paul

$15 $7.50

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Cooks fill soft-shell corn or flour tortillas with shredded beef, chorizo, and chicken before sprinkling them with cilantro and onions

50% Off Mexican Fare at Los Arcos

West St. Paul

$25 $12.50

More than 90 traditional Mexican platters line up on expansive menu, including mole enchiladas & molcajetes served in hot rock bowls

Half Off Mexican Food at La Cabana 

Dayton's Bluff

$30 $15

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Tuck into hearty potions of ceviche, carne asada, and pescadas empanadas, followed by a cold Mexican beer

50% Off Mexican Food at Manana

Dayton's Bluff

$22 $11

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Traditional Mexican and Salvadorian dishes including pupusas, tamales, tacos, tortas, and sopes

Half Off Mexican Cuisine at Las Sirenas

Plato

$30 $15

Emapnadas are served along with mexican classics at eatery with karaoke, live mariachi music, and dancing

50% Off Mexican Cuisine at Taqueria Los Paisanos

Dayton's Bluff

$12 $6

More than 9-year-old taqueria uses generations-old family recipes to craft fajitas, tortas, tamales, and its specialty: tacos

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Traditional Mexican flavors typify the menu at El Parian, from the spicy chorizo that adds a kick to nachos, burritos, and chilaquiles to the mole sauce that covers enchiladas. Vegetarians can also get their fill with mushroom quesadillas, chile rellenos, and bean burritos, boosting spiciness from a selection of hot sauces that graces tables in the dining room and on the patio. To wash down meals, guests can sip tequila, imported Mexican beers, or monster margaritas that measure up to 60 ounces and growl if left unattended.

1960 Cliff Lake Rd
Eagan,
MN
US

The former owner of local hotspot Taco Morelos, restaurateur Gaspar Perez now reigns over the kitchen at Las Teresitas Mexican Grill. Here, he's ramped up his well-known Mexican favorites with high-quality ingredients and bold flavors, and this time, he's keeping the entire operation in the family. According to City Pages—which awarded Las Teresitas the 2012 Best Taco award for its chorizo taco—Perez's wife waits tables as his cousin cooks up fajitas, mole chicken, and tacos stuffed with brisket, Mexican-style barbecue pork, or beef cheek. The family's even in the restaurant's name, which Perez chose in honor of his mother (Teresa) and his daughter (also Teresa), who gained popularity at Taco Morelos for greeting customers at the door with a smile and fresh tortilla chips.

The free chips are still a thing. In the center of the casual dining room stands a complementary chips-and-salsa bar, showcasing a spread of nine colorful homemade salsas in varying degrees of heat. Perez encourages guests to sample these salsas—which include tomato chipotle and chili de arbol varieties—and use them to customize their meals or secretly spice up a friend's horchata.

5748 34th Ave S
Minneapolis,
MN
US

At El Burrito Cubano, a family of epicureans funnels three decades of restaurant experience into a menu of build-your-own burritos and classic sandwiches. The clan's Cuban heritage infuses sandwiches stuffed with roasted pork, ham, swiss cheese, and pickles, which diners may recognize from the lunch menu of one of their other restaurants, Conga Latin Bistro. Brimming with seafood ceviche, curried tilapia, or shrimp creole, the Burrito Marinero summons maritime flavors as vibrant as Poseidon's party yacht. Tropical beverages such as pineapple-mango smoothies and strawberry-melon punch add a dose of sweetness.

4729 Lyndale Ave N
Minneapolis,
MN
US

1532 E Lake St
Minneapolis,
MN
US

Cocina Latina has been featured in Mpls.St.Paul and Heavy Table for its authentic and affordable Ecuadorian dishes. Gently dip your taste buds' toes into the menu's waters with a trio of empanadas ($4.50) or maduro con queso, plantains so lovingly fried they make bananas yellow with jealousy ($3.99). Bandera combines rice, goat stew, beef-tripe stew, and shrimp ceviche into an adventurous appetite's dream come true ($11.99), and bandeja latina presents a mix of pork cracklings, fried egg, rice, beans, corn cakes, avocado, and sweet plantains so hearty it will stick to neighbors' ribs ($12.99). Despite the restaurant's mastery of meats, vegetarian options exist, such as plato vegetariano, a four-legged-friendly medley of rice, beans, red potato, avocado, plantain, and cassava root ($9.99). Finicky tykes unimpressed with cultural authenticity can nibble chicken fingers or mac 'n' cheese ($3.99 each).

3764 Nicollet Ave
Minneapolis,
MN
US

Drawing on their love of tequila and Latin street fare, Ryan Burnet and Tim Rooney founded their first Barrio restaurant in 2008. The duo aimed to create a space where chefs pair gourmet Mexican small plates and entrees crafted from organic and local ingredients with more than 150 tequilas. By spring of 2010, Tim and Ryan were running two Barrio locations and the Barrio Taco Truck, which distributes its gourmet grub to summer festival attendees and adrenaline-addicted snowmen.

In fall 2010, Ryan and Tom opened Cocina del Barrio, or "Kitchen of the Neighborhood," which builds upon its sister restaurants' success with a new slate of large plates, salads, and ceviches. Its dining room is adorned in bull-themed artwork and accommodates guests for brunches, lunches, and dinner. A cozier event space comes equipped with a flat-panel television and iPod connection and treats up to 18 visitors with a custom menu of Barrio favorites.

925 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis,
MN
US