Mexican Restaurants in Centereach

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Salsa Salsa's cooks prepare sumptuous specialties such as BLT tacos, 3 way sizzling fajitas, and specialty quesadillas. Diners can also choose healthy options such as vegetarian eggplant chili or whole-wheat burritos filled with garlicky spinach. Over 60 types of tequila are offered as well as mixed margaritas and sangria muddled with premium spirits and fresh fruits.

320 Maple Ave
Smithtown,
NY
US

Avocados Restaurant is known for its generous portions. Each heaping burrito is piled high with rice, beans, cheese, salsa, sour cream, and guacamole, as well as a choice of filling such as roasted pork or grilled shrimp. Diners can also opt for fajitas, quesadillas, tacos, and wraps.

955 Montauk Highway
Bayport,
NY
US

Yelpers give Bubba's Burrito Bar an average of 3.5 stars. Eighty-three percent of Urbanspooners recommend it. More than 1,000 Facebookers like it.

513 Main St
Islip,
NY
US

FairfieldWeekly.com named Taco Loco Best Mexican Restaurant 2010 and Best Margarita 2010. Nine Yelpers give it a three-star average.

3170 Fairfield Ave
Bridgeport,
CT
US

Using all-natural ingredients, the chef of El Pueblito and his family prepare dishes inspired by traditional Colombian recipes. In the morning, they're cooking up breakfast platters with red beans, corn cakes, steak, and fried plantains, and by lunch there are mini servings of carne asada and grilled chicken breast. In addition to classic dishes such as paella and chuleta de derdo apanada, the chef's dinner specialties include whole breaded mojarra with green plantains and grilled fare, such as barbecue ribs with yellow rice. These colorful meals match the restaurant's ambience?there are vibrant photos of Colombia hanging on orange walls, offset by crisp white linens that match the modern booths and your shirt, if it's white.

121 Wall St
Bridgeport,
CT
US

From the outside, the combination of Don Juan Mexican Restaurant‎'s Mission-style structure and neon-purple signs hints at both a family restaurant that showcases Mexican, Southwestern, and Spanish cuisine as well as popular spot for nighttime lounging. Warm candlelight flickers atop clothed tables as the wait staff drops off plates of chillies rellenos, paella, or cilantro-lime salmon, culinary traditions that garnered notoriety from Massapequa Patch. After the sun sets and they turn back into humans, visitors arrive to celebrate nights on the town by sipping margaritas made from freshly squeezed fruit juice on an open-air patio. Vintage Mexican posters and colorful artwork line the earthy, clay-colored walls, which creates a homey yet elegant backdrop for feasts of cheesy enchiladas suizas or creamy custard flan.

4899 Merrick Rd
Massapequa Park,
NY
US