The cooks in Taco Shop’s kitchen stuff burritos, tacos, and tortas with traditional Mexican meats ranging from carne asada and carnitas to barbacoa and al pastor. They also pile these seasoned proteins onto towering platters of nachos and hide them inside gooey quesadillas. In the dining room, tangerine-colored walls brighten up the space and make guests feel like tiny pieces of pulp.
Though it’s a national brand with locations sprinkled across 14 states, Chevys Fresh Mex doesn’t succumb to shortcuts at any of its restaurants. The expert chefs at each eatery gather together fresh ingredients to prepare the entire menu from scratch, whether they’re infusing chicken enchiladas with chipotles or simmering fragrant cauldrons of their homemade tortilla soup. Even though this hands-on approach harkens back to the foundations of Mexican culinary traditions, chefs also give each dish a contemporary twist—tacos meet flavorful drizzles of chipotle aioli, slow-roasted carnitas mingle with fresh oranges and lemons alongside fajita platters. Meanwhile, bartenders engage in serious agave innovation with top-shelf margaritas in flavors such as prickly pear and spicy mango.
Taqueria Tenangos's guests are welcomed by a menu brimming with authentic Mexican flavors and anchored by homemade salsas and house-made tortilla chips. Nine protein-packed taco selections arrive overflowing with stuffings of succulent carnitas ($8.99), fresh fish ($10.49), or savory pork ($8.99), before supernachos ($8.99) swoop down to save guests from any lingering post-repast hunger pains. Those unsuccessfully hampering a hankering for sea meats can reel in plates piled high with sizzling shrimp fajitas ($12.99), and tostadas ($7.49+), and cheese-laced enchiladas ($8.99+) provide delicious relief for mouths tired of navigating sharp corners. The authentic eatery's inviting confines welcome famished families to practice their high-school Spanish via a Telemundo-tuned TV or to relax on the outdoor patio that––like bathing in a scalding tub of fortified milk––provides the only surefire means of soaking up a daily dose of vitamin D.
For tasty Mexican fare, Miami's Pancheros Mexican Grill is hard to top. You won't find any low-fat fare here, though, so leave some room to indulge. Toast your evening out at Pancheros Mexican Grill with a glass of beer or wine from their lengthy drink list. With its spacious interior, Pancheros Mexican Grill is a great choice for big groups and celebrations.
No need for a wardrobe change when you hit Pancheros Mexican Grill — it's strictly casual. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Can't get enough of Pancheros Mexican Grill's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events.
Drivers can park in the neighboring lot.
You won't need to save up for a trip to Pancheros Mexican Grill — most meals cost less than $15.
When Latin House Burger & Taco Bar originated more than 20 years ago, it wasn’t even a house. Instead, Chef M and his wife, Bella, served their fusion of American and Latin cuisine from the window of one of Miami’s first food trucks, easily eclipsing the still-fledgling industry's typical fried fuzzy dice and mud-flap sandwiches. Nowadays, they've traded their wheels in for chairs, on which patrons sit before savoring plates of tacos, burritos, and tostadas with fillings ranging from cilantro-lime chicken to calamari. As a testament to the eatery's dual cultural influences, Latin House's burgers—usually cooked to a juicy medium-rare—dwell under taco-style toppings such as crema and avocado as well as traditional American accouterments such as bacon and cheese.
You're immersed in the lively flavors and atmosphere of Mexico the minute you walk into Frida Mexican Restaurant. The bright pink walls?adorned with a painting of Frida Kahlo herself?mirror the spicy ingredients chefs use to season succulent cuts of carnitas, spit-roasted al pastor pork, and savory fish tacos. Chefs layer these meats atop tortillas for the house tacos, as well as on slices of fried masa huarache to create a hearty dish similar to a flatbread. For drinks, however, staff veer away from these spicy flavors in favor of cooling glasses of beer, thirst-quenching bottles of Jarritos, and beer cocktails. These can incorporate anything from a splash of lime juice and salt to a blend of hot sauces and shrimp reminiscent of a bloody mary.