Mexican Restaurants in Grandview

Authentic Mexican Cuisine at El Paso Del Norte (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

El Paso Del Norte

Kansas City

$20 $12

Burritos and tacos overflow with fillings such as carne asada or shredded pork with adobo sauce, paving the way for tres leches or pan dulce

Mexican Dinner with Appetizer, Entrees, and Margaritas for Two or Four at El Pueblito (Up to55% Off)

El Pueblito

Westside

$50.95 $24.99

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Homemade guacamole, hand-rolled tamales, and fresh ceviche marinated in lime juice

$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Ixtapa Mexican Restaurant

Ixtapa Mexican Restaurant

Platte Ridge

$20 $11

Mexican eatery creates menu of Yucatan specialties such as squash-blossom quesadillas and achiote-marinated chicken breast

Authentic Hispanic Food and Pit-Smoked Barbecue at El Burrito Loco Mexican Cafe (Up to 52% Off)

El Burrito Loco Mexican Cafe

Northland

$29.98 $16

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Cooks dish up classic Mexican dishes such as burritos and nachos piled with pit-smoked meats and salsa

Gourmet Mexican Cuisine or Cooking Class at Latin Bistro (Up to 48% Off)

Latin Bistro

Northland

$25 $13

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With a new menu, gourmet Mexican cuisine Chef Tito blends traditional influences; classes teach students how to cook varied dishes

$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Mexico Lindo

Mexico Lindo

Platte City

$20 $11

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Sleek Mexican eatery dishes up enchiladas de mole poblano, shrimp in a green-onion and jalapeño sauce, carne asada, and tacos

$12 for Margaritas and Nachos for Four at Mexquisito ($24 Value)

Mexquisito

Lawrence

$24 $12

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Friends meet up to share a plate of hearty nachos while sipping on margaritas in a modern, casual Mexican restaurant

One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $12 Worth of Mexican Cuisine as Los Charros Mexican Restaurant (50% Off)

Los Charros Mexican Restaurant

McAlister Parkway

$12 $6

Authentic Mexican cuisine and exotic margaritas at this family-friendly storefront restaurant

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As soon as guests enter Sorano's Sports Bar, they’re surrounded by 12 televisions, all tuned to premium sports channels. While fans cheer and whoop in the background, servers shuttle plates of pub-style finger foods, hamburgers, hot dogs, and Mexican fare to eager diners. Nearby, bartenders siphon drafts and crack open bottles of domestic and imported beers, and pool tables beckon guests to illustrate their favorite geometry proofs. In addition to brews and bites, the sports bar keeps spirits high by hosting free poker tournaments, karaoke nights, and DJ performances throughout the week.

419 SW Ward Rd
Lees Summit,
MO
US

With its dark wood-paneled walls, antique road signs, and murals of Mexican pueblos, Kokopelli Mexican Cantina’s dining room resembles the fusion of a southern roadhouse and taqueria. It’s a fitting backdrop for a menu of homemade tamales, burritos, and enchiladas sprinkled with southwestern flourishes, like the pepper jack cheese layered on spinach enchiladas or the crab and white-wine sauce stuffed in the tucumcari's flour tortillas. Fajitas—Kokopelli Mexican Cantina’s specialty—feature strips of shrimp, steak, and chicken seasoned with a piquant blend of spices and scoops of homemade guacamole.

Kokopelli Mexican Cantina is a member of the Kansas City Originals, an alliance of independent eateries and chefs dedicated to nurturing, growing, and regularly basting the local culinary scene.

5200 W 95th St
Prairie Village,
KS
US

At Las Chili's, you'll find beef and refried beans wrapped in tortillas, pork enchiladas served with Spanish rice, and enough guacamole to satisfy the hungriest of nachos. Specials spice up the week, with Super Burritos on Thursdays and all-you-can-eat tacos every Wednesday and Friday. Las Chili's offers burgers, hot dogs, and Texas spaghetti, too, as well as a children's menu to help the kids ease their way into the big wide world of chicken fingers and fries.

6210 Raytown Trfy
Raytown,
MO
US

When diners arrive at Frida's Contemporary Mexican Cuisine, they glide across sleek hardwood floors toward plush booths and tables surrounded by coral-hued walls and modern hanging lights. Amiable staff members whisk colorful dishes topped with regional spices and seafood toward their waiting taste buds. After filling their bellies with the authentically Mexican fare, guests can lounge in the bar area, harnessing enough low-alpha brain waves via nine big-screen high-definition TVs to properly digest a meal.

7200 W 121st St
Overland Park,
KS
US

Tamale Wizard's kitchen blends six different salsas from scratch each day, evincing a food philosophy that is "really all about doing it the hard way," as owner and chef Bruce Swabb reported to the Kansas City Pitch. From a River Market storefront, the food-truck veteran crafts a focused menu of tacos wrapped in hand-pressed tortillas and plump tamales, each dolloped with sauces that include creamy avocado, mango banana, and chili peanut in addition to classic jalapeño varieties. Pork carnitas, chili-lime fish, and chicken en mole prepared according to Oaxacan and Yucatecan recipes fill the corn or flour tacos, and black beans, sweet potato, and cheesy green chili join the slate of fillings on the tamale menu.

The taps behind the bar dispense ales and lagers from Kansas City's own Boulevard Brewing Company, and artful bottles hold all-natural Soda Vie soft drinks in pineapple cilantro and strawberry mint. Exposed-brick walls and chalkboard menus create a flexible space for the staff's constant innovation, from whipping up ever-spicier taco fillings to building a sidewalk cart in time for summer weather and the taco-racing season.

527 Walnut St
Kansas City,
MO
US

Guadalajara Cafe shies away from the Tex-Mex standards found at typical Mexican restaurants in favor of the authentic flavors and spices you?d expect to find simmering in a family cocina. Its chefs attended culinary training in Guadalajara, where they developed a special appreciation for the cuisine of Jalisco, a region that extends from central Mexico to the Pacific coast. They even spice up this Jalisciense style of cooking with exotic ingredients such as squash blossoms, nopal cactus, and shrimp wearing tiny safari hats to create dishes reminiscent of those first envisioned by the Aztecs.

The result of their dedication to tradition is a menu of central Mexican classics such as chilies rellenos drizzled in spicy tomatillo sauce, hand-rolled tamales, and tacos filled with charbroiled, citrus-marinated meats. In her blog Around the Block, Mary Bloch?the author of the Kansas City Star?s restaurant guide?lauds the eatery?s mole, calling it ?as good as it gets.? Diners can wash down these authentic morsels with a selection of Mexican beers or tequilas infused with jalape?o, cilantro, and tamarind.

1144 W 103rd St
Kansas City,
MO
US