Mexican Restaurants in El Campo

Tex-Mex Seafood During Lunch, Dinner, or Weekend Brunch at Mex Sea Co. (Up to 57% Off)

Mex Sea Co.


Coastal seafood prepared with Mexican and South Texan recipes

$20 $10

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$12 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Breakfast or Lunch at Maggie Rita’s Mexican Kitchen

Maggie Rita’s Mexican Kitchen


Tex-Mex dishes such as fajitas, enchiladas, and flautas at an eatery owned by Carlos Mencia

$20 $12

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Fusion Tacos and Drinks for Dine-In, Delivery, or Carryout at Fusion Taco (45% Off). Four Options Available.

Fusion Taco

Market Square Park

Creative cooks create a lineup of unique tacos that blend latin-inspired influences with pan-Asian flavors

$21.90 $12

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Mexican Cuisine at Las Ventanas (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Las Ventanas

Energy Corridor

Traditional dishes from areas throughout Mexico, including meatballs, enchiladas, tacos, and Tex-Mex specialties; live music on Thursday

$40 $25

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Southwest Dinner at Canyon Cafe (Up to 46% Off). Two Options Available.

Canyon Cafe

Great Uptown

Southwest and Mexican cuisine including enchiladas, bison burgers, and ribeye steak, along with from-scratch margaritas at a Galleria staple

$25 $14

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Latin Cuisine for Two or Four or Carry-Out at Hugo Caliente (Up to 47% Off)

Hugo Caliente


Quick-serve eatery dishes out shredded pork enchiladas, breakfast tacos, and grilled skirt steak

$35.90 $19

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Tex-Mex Food for Two or for Take-Out at Rico's Mexican Grill (40% Off)

Rico's Mexican Grill

Multiple Locations

Enchiladas, seafood, and fajitas prepared with meat marinated for 24 hours and served with housemade tortillas

$20 $12

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La Cocina’s chefs fill out its menu with house-made tortillas bulging with fresh ingredients, served in an atmosphere that calls upon its culinary influences with paintings of Mexican villages. The chicken, beef, or pork in the Carlitos Treat fajitas ($10.99) wears a crown of cheese, guac, and pico de gallo, just like the one worn by the good witch in the land of Oz. Carne Guisada, a south-of-the-border stew with Tex-Mex roots, comes with buoys of beef tips and veggies bobbing in a savory brown sauce ($8.99). Sauce infused with bacon, jalapeños, and wine bathes quail in the quail-and-fajita combo ($13.49).

515 Fm 359 Rd

Though Diego Cantina's over-the-top decor welcomes diners inside, its authentic Mexican cuisine crafted from fresh ingredients urges them to stay. Alejandrina Garza and her three children opened Diego's Cantina in an attempt to bring their Mexican heritage to Sugar Land. Described in Living magazine as a "little piece of Tampico, Mexico [the Garza family] left behind," the restaurant impresses visitors with its oversized replicas of Mayan hieroglyphics and paintings. Bathed in soft lighting emanating from chandeliers and tabletop candles, diners eat traditional dishes fueled by family recipes while sipping on beverages served from a blue, glowing tequila bar.

1531 Highway 6
Sugar Land,

With traditional dinner and lunch menus chock-full of seafood, poultry, and meat plates, Las Alamedas quells a litany of cravings in an elegant dining room. In the fajita prime-sliced entrée ($16 for lunch; $20 for dinner), slices of mesquite-grilled beef mingle with onions and poblano peppers on a plate flanked by guacamole, pico de gallo, charro beans, and flour tortillas that can be used to smuggle bottles of hot sauce out of the restaurant. A serving of camarones Cozumel fills bellies with coconut pan-fried shrimp, a habanero and mango dipping sauce, and a side of potatoes ($18 for lunch; $24 for dinner), while the robalo chileno coats a serving of sea bass in herbs and sundried-tomato sauce ($27; dinner only). The vegetarian plate accommodates meat-free diets, slinging spinach-and-cheese enchiladas with grilled vegetables, rice, and guacamole ($15, dinner only) . Though the high ceilings and elegant arched doorways might tempt diners to stay indoors, Las Alamedas offers patio seating for those who want to breathe fresh air or make fake mustaches out of plant life.

23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd

The soaring dining room of La Hacienda Mexican Restaurant resembles a splendid manor in Mexico, with vine-draped balconies, colorful mosaic walls, and tiled awnings. Vibrant murals of mariachis beam down from the upper-level balconies, their faces lit by glittering chandeliers. Servers bustle up and down the stairs of the multi-tiered dining area, bearing baskets of warm tortilla chips and fiery salsas. Outside in the restaurant’s playground, whippersnappers careen down colorful slides as their parents watch from the lush outdoor patio, sipping frozen margaritas.

In the kitchen of this colorful Mexican eatery, chefs whip up a menu of classics, including crispy tacos, sizzling fajitas, and cheesy enchiladas. They fold fresh seafood into a variety of specialties, including buttery shrimp Mazatlan and garlicky steamed snapper. The accommodating chefs even offer a menu of kid-friendly eats, including chicken fingers served with fries and quesadillas served with a few pages of completed homework assignments.

12503 Telge Rd

Skillets of fajitas sizzle on their way to the dining room's deep booths. Chords from a Spanish guitar spill from the bar as laughs roll out from one of three banquet rooms. On the patio, some 40 tables share their brick-paved pen with a mechanical bull that snarls at passersby and inflatable moonwalks filled with playful children.

Such is a typical evening at Las Rosas Mexican Restaurant, where an unmistakable energy charges the entire facility. The current begins in the kitchen, where each day chefs follow family recipes to churn out handmade tamales, tortillas, and red and green sauces. The vibe then pulses through the dining room, where a white stone fireplace anchors an open space flanked by booths and 13 60-inch TVs that broadcast games and events. The patio hosts alfresco dining and amusements for the young and young-at-heart who aren't afraid to tumble off a carnival ride in public.

6425 Broadway St

Relax and create your own Mexican creation at Teotihuacan Mexican Restaurant. For those avoiding fat and gluten, there's still plenty of tasty items on Teotihuacan Mexican Restaurant's menu that can cater to your needs. Whether you have something to celebrate or just need something to take the edge off, the drink menu at Teotihuacan Mexican Restaurant won't disappoint. Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join the table at Teotihuacan Mexican Restaurant. At Teotihuacan Mexican Restaurant, easily plan a night out with family, friends, coworkers and more — large parties are always welcome, and a private room is available for use.

Teotihuacan Mexican Restaurant is completely informal — dress as you see fit (and are most comfortable). If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead. Looking for something delicious to serve at your next party? Teotihuacan Mexican Restaurant also offers catering.


Dining at Teotihuacan Mexican Restaurant will set you back about $30 per person on average. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but the dinner menu is the real standout.

6579 W Bellfort St