Mexican Restaurants in Federal Heights

45% Off at Cielo Mexican Restaurant

Westminster

$20 $11

(7)

Against the backdrop of Hidden Lake, diners enjoy ceviche, Las Albondigas de Cielo with Mexican meatballs, and house-made tamales

Up to 52% Off at Margs Taco Bistro

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

(161)

Culinary influences from around the world represented in fresh tacos packed with jicama, jerk pork, thai spices, carnitas, and mozzarella

Half Off Mexican Fare at Dora’s Mexican Restaurant & Lounge

Dayton Triangle

$24 $12

(57)

A tight-knit group of family and friends crafts signature chimichangas, steaks, and grilled fish from handed-down recipes

Up to 53% Off at Four G’s Mexican Restaurant

Capitol Hill

$15 $7

(22)

Burritos, tacos, tostadas, and other Mexican dishes served for lunch or dinner

Half Off at Ajuua Mexican Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Tacos rancheros, pork chili colorado, and crab enchiladas sizzle in this festive Mexican eatery

44% Off Mexican Food at Zocalo Restaurant & Bar

Capitol Hill

$20 $12

Savor dishes created using recipes from the owners' native Mexico City, or eat street tacos and sip margaritas on Cinco de Mayo weekend

45% Off Mexican Food at El Noa Noa Mexican Restaurant

Lincoln Park

$20 $11

(100)

Authentic tacos, enchiladas, and seafood specialties amid a lush garden with a fountain and mariachis on summer weekends

Half Off Mexican Food at Armadillo Restaurants

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Enchiladas with red chilis, giant smoked-chicken quesadillas, carnitas, and fajita sandwiches

50% Off at Tafolino's Mexican Restaurant

Applewood

$30 $15

Traditional plates such enchiladas with beans and rice, tamales slathered with green or red chile, and chicken in dark mole sauce

45% Off Mexican Cuisine and Drinks at Costa Vida

Englewood

$20 $11

Chefs create authentic Mexican meals with from-scratch ingredients, including tortillas, salsas, and slow-cooked

Select Local Merchants

Since its inception as a single Fort Collins eatery almost 20 years ago, Big City Burrito has spread its wings across Colorado and Nebraska, presenting a menu of create-your-own burritos, tacos, and the like composed of fresh fillings and made-from-scratch tortillas. Just as all buildings start with a steady foundation of flour and water, all burritos begin with a good tortilla. And Big City offers half a dozen options, such as tomato-chili and jalapeño-cheddar. After picking a tortilla, customers can start relaying their order to the kitchen crew, be it for a burrito packed with chicken mole and topped with mild pico de gallo or a carne asada taco with a dollop of salsa de lupe—the restaurant’s special blended hot salsa. Customers also can choose to have the decadent fillings and salsas served simply atop a plate of rice and beans or stuffed inside a fresh-made quesadilla. Besides crafting meals day and night, Big City also serves breakfast burritos for both adults and kids and offers catering services, which include burrito bars and boxed lunches for large groups or corporate events.

10005 Grant St
Thornton,
CO
US

La Estrellita has been serving up mouth-watering Mexican fare to area residents for more than 20 years. Start with an order of the mexi rolls ($7.50–$8.50), a family creation of ground beef and pico de gallo wrapped in an egg roll and deep fried, or share a plate of spicy chicken wings ($8–$8.50) coated in the family’s award-winning sauce. Main courses such as crab and spinach enchiladas ($9–$10) or spicy fish tacos (jalapeño-marinated tilapia grilled with caramelized onions, $10) are sure to please aquaphiles, while a combination plate such as the costillas adobadas (country-style ribs served with rice and beans, $10–$11) will satisfy even the most insatiable talking plant. Most of La Estrellita’s entrees can be served vegetarian upon request, much to the delight of vegetarians and those who derive energy through photosynthesis. Conclude any meal as sweetly as a Marlon Brando after-school special with an order of the dessert nachos ($6–$6.29) or one of La Estrellita’s 15+ margarita flavors (starting at $5.50).

7617 W 88th Ave
Arvada,
CO
US

El Jardin has been serving the Metro North area for over 28 years! There is a reason why we have been in business this long. WE care about your dining experience. It is our goal to provide an exceptional dining experience during each visit. We have the BEST staff on the PLANET! Come find out what customer service really is!

6460 E 73rd Ave
Commerce City,
CO
US

Throughout the summer months, el Camino's rooftop garden blossoms with organic cilantro and mint leaves, providing ultra-fresh accouterments for the eatery's Mexican feasts. And though the small garden doesn’t cultivate all of el Camino’s ingredients, the rest of the bounty originates not too far from Highland. For example, the eatery's chefs stuff housemade tamales, tacos, and other lunch and dinner specialties with all-natural chicken, beef, and pork from local vendor Anderson Meats. They create guacamole, salsa, and each and every dessert completely from scratch, using produce supplied by two Colorado companies, Red Hat Foods and Arroyo Produce. Beyond supporting the local economy, el Camino tries to preserve the entire ecosystem by operating on 100% wind power and recycling all of its cans, bottles, and cardboard cutouts of Al Gore.

While satisfying hunger with decadent, locally sourced food, including a daily brunch, el Camino sates rippling thirsts for both beer and entertainment. The bar pours drafts from the likes of Del Norte, Avery, and Great Divide breweries, and mixes up potent bloody marys, mimosas, and sangria. Every night of the week brings a different treat, such as $1 street tacos on Tuesday and the Tito Del Barrio Malaga flamenco band every Saturday.

3628 W 32nd Ave
Denver,
CO
US

Julia Blackbird's New Mexican Café is the culmination of two of chef and owner Julie Siegfried’s deepest passions: cooking and New Mexico. To this day, her mother recalls Julie standing on a step stool, trying to peer into a soup pot and giving her grandmother directions about what to put in. And on her first trip to New Mexico, she used up 10 rolls of film snapping pictures. She fell in love with the region's unique vibe—the people, the artwork, and, of course, the food.

Today, she shares both of her loves with diners at Julia Blackbird's New Mexican Café. Her kitchen is stocked with New Mexican ingredients such as blue cornmeal, goat cheese from the San Luis valley, and piñones. For her signature dish, the Tres Hermanas, she stuffs a trio of blue-corn enchiladas: one with chicken and green chile, one with beef and red chile, and one with cheese and chile caribe. To make sangria, the staff soaks seasonal fruit in rum, then splashes the mixture with wine and sparkling water. The menu also features beers, mojitos, and top-shelf margaritas, which encourage diners to linger in the warmly lit space, admiring brightly colored artwork or arguing about whether red should be added to the list of primary colors.

3434 W 32nd Ave
Denver,
CO
US

In addition to classic Mexican food staples like sizzling fajitas and tacos al carbon, chefs at Lime incorporate international influences into their Central American cuisine. Steamed edamame and chipotle crema dipping sauce, as well as the scorpion plate’s shrimp flash-fried in a wonton wrapper, mingle Mexican cooking methods and ingredients from Asian traditions. And American fair makes its mark with the Lime's Mexican burger which wraps a flour tortilla around a beef burger patty, served with fries. The restaurant creates a festive atmosphere with margaritas, mojitos, and board games that double as giant maracas.

730 E 6th Ave
Denver,
CO
US