Mexican Restaurants in Garden City

Classic Mexican Food at Señor López Mexican Restaurant (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Senor Lopez Mexican Restaurant

Chadsey-Condon

$8 $4

Sizzling fajitas served up with poblano peppers and onions, enchiladas smothered in three types of cheese, and traditional beef-tongue tacos

Appetizers and Drinks for Two or Four at Cantina Diablo's. Four Options Available.

Cantina Diablo's

Downtown Royal Oak

$24 $15

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Texas beef and Gulf of Mexico seafood pair up in Tex-Mex recipes that include blue corn tamales, avocado eggrolls, and fried tomatillos

One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Mexican Food and Baked Goods at Tmaz Taqueria (47% Off)

Tmaz Taqueria

Ann Arbor

$15 $8

(142)

Mexican bakery uses organic ingredients whenever possible when preparing tacos, tortas, and other authentic dishes

Mexican Food at Forest Mexican Cantina (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Forest Mexican Cantina

Lake Orion

$20 $10

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The menu here seems to go on forever with delicate seafood dishes, giant molcajete entrees, and classics like tacos and enchiladas

$5.50 for $10 Worth of Made-to-Order Fresh Mexican and American Food at Del Taco

Del Taco

Westgate

$10 $5.50

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Open late nights, Mexican eatery boasts nine styles of tacos and range of burritos, nachos, and quesadillas spiced with signature tastes

$8 for $16 Worth of Mexican Food for Lunch at Te'kela Mexican Cocina y Cantina

Te'kela Mexican Cocina y Cantina

Perrysburg

$16 $8

(120)

Lunchtime offerings at this kitchen and cantina include tacos, enchiladas, fajitas, and grilled entrees

Mexican Food for Dinner for Two or Four at Casita del Lago (Up to 50% Off)

Casita del Lago

Casita Del Lago

$20 $11

Housemade salsa seasons authentic Mexican dishes amid colorful artwork and a sprawling bar

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Back in the 1950s, Ramond Tejada, Sr. and his dad, Alfred, introduced the town of Taylor to its first taste of Mexican cuisine, serving family-recipe tamales, tacos, and tostadas from a drive-in they called the Matador. Though the original founders are long gone, the family legacy lives on in the restaurant's current incarnation, where the fourth generation of Tejada restaurateurs serve sizzling fajita plates, meaty Texas-style chili, and tapas of mini-tacos and guacamole dip. The menu spans across Mexican and American culinary landscapes, with homey bowls of menudo and breakfasts of chorizo and eggs served alongside beer-battered cod, fried chicken, and 1/3-pound hamburgers. Guests can also revel during weekly special events, such as exhibitions by balloon artist Andrew Grosjean or Monday margarita nights featuring buy-one, get-one half off. Birthday revelers will indulge in shared botana appetizer on their special day along with free fried ice cream if they join the email club.

26747 Van Born Rd
Taylor,
MI
US

Sam Alvarado’s passion and respect for handcrafted Mexican food started at a young age. He grew up watching his family cook at home and in the kitchens of Detroit’s popular Mexican Fiesta restaurant chain, which his grandfather founded. Today, as the co-owner and head chef of Fuego Grill, Alvarado draws from that early culinary foundation to craft his own menu of fresh, made-from-scratch dishes that “more than impressed” a food writer for the Dearborn Free Press. He assembles traditional entrees such as carne asada, milanesa sandwiches, and fish tacos with halal meats and locally grown vegetables, creating cuisine that’s as flavorful and conscientious as a chocolate-covered Jiminy Cricket.

7040 Schaefer Rd
Dearborn,
MI
US

After 20 years in the restaurant business, the owners of the family-owned Tijuana's Mexican Kitchen embrace tortillas as a highly versatile food. The flour wraps form the foundation of diverse dishes, including chimichangas, tamales, fajitas, enchiladas, and a fresh-prepared Mexican sandwich built on three flour tortillas slathered with gravy-drenched layers of rice, beans, and beef. After washing their entrees down with their choice of margaritas, desserts such as churros bring meals to a decadent conclusion.

18950 Ford Rd
Detroit,
MI
US

The menu at Camelia’s Mexican Grill is stocked with genuine Mexican flavors made fresh every day with a tasty melange of meats and veggies. The eating frenzy begins with four deep-fried flour tortilla chips hiding beneath chorizo, refried beans, cheese, guacamole, sour cream, tomatoes, and jalapenos ($6.49). Try three soft corn or flour tacos de lomo inflated by ribeye steak sauteed with onions and served with pico de gallo ($8.49), or fill your cheeks with carnitas, a specialty dish of tender pork chunks highlighted by avocado, pico de gallo, and tortillas ($9.49). Vegetarians can opt for three pan-fried quesadillas whose internal organs have been replaced with scrumptious cheese and guacamole ($8.49). Horchata ($1.79), Jarritos ($1.79), and coffee ($1.49) line throats with sweet lubrication, and a variety of margaritas and liquors await customers at the restaurant’s full bar.

30685 W 12 Mile Rd
Farmington Hills,
MI
US

At Baja Fresh, spice-yearning patrons can swing by to sample comforting casual fare without the hassle of building a catapult powerful enough to reach Mexico. Grab a burrito or taco served inside the stuffed blanket of a tortilla, or get a bowlful of delectable insides with the shell-less version—or get a combination. The meats that make up each meal are never frozen and are all-natural. Optional ingredients to lay the groundwork for handheld feasts include fire-grilled or charbroiled chicken and steak, slow-roasted pork carnitas, black or pinto beans and cheese, and specialty seafood options; a vegetarian-friendly version includes peppers, chilies, and onions layered with freshly simmered black or pinto beans, cheese, sour cream and pico de gallo.

28644 Telegraph Rd
Southfield,
MI
US

It's Friday night at 1 a.m., and all you want in the whole world is a taco. Luckily, Armando's Mexican Restaurant is there, ready to serve you a dish and maybe pour you a margarita nightcap. Though it's open late, Armando's is no sleepy dive—even after midnight, it's typical to see a line of people waiting to snag one of the tile-topped tables. Nearly a half-century after opening—and almost 30 years after the Tigers celebrated their 1984 World Series title there—the restaurant is still one of the city's most beloved. The Huffington Post recently named it as a staple of Detroit's Mexican-food scene. CBS Local praised their signature sizzling fajitas for their juicy marinade, and also declared that Armando's has "one of the best tortas" in Detroit.

Aside from the lauded, eclectic menu—which includes Cuban sandwiches, Spanish steak, and the perennially popular Baja seafood tacos—it's easy to see why the restaurant retains such a following. Warm yellow walls hung with vintage photos give the dining room a homey feel, while a covered patio beckons with colorful flags and twinkling lights. The casual atmosphere invites guests to linger over a peach margarita while watching the game on flat-screen TVs, or to camp out at a table once mariachi players begin to strum a lively tune. Luckily, Armando's makes it hard for anyone to overstay their welcome: they're open until 2 a.m. Sunday–Thursday and until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

4242 W Vernor Hwy
Detroit,
MI
US