Mexican Restaurants in Highland Park

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

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

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

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

$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

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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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This hidden Hamtramck gem is home to Maria’s House Made Salsa. We are a family owned and operated establishment dedicated to bringing you the most exceptional entrees. We create each menu item using only the freshest and highest quality ingredients. The result is a fusion of unique flavors!

11411 Joseph Campau St
Hamtramck,
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

Sierra Station envelops guests into a festive world of authentic Mexican cuisine, margaritas, and good conversation. The space evokes the atmosphere of a mission-style plaza in the Southwest with a sunny outdoor patio characterized by cobblestones and hanging gardens. For over three decades, families and friends have gathered at Sierra Station, supping on fests of spicy-sweet chicken mole, hearty tamales, and zesty chili relleno.

15110 Mack Ave
Grosse Pointe Park,
MI
US

In the restaurant which tied for Best Mexican Restaurant in 2009 by HOUR Detroit, head chef and owner Norberto Garita blends his Mexican heritage with experience in Italian kitchens to craft El Barzon's menus of Italian and Mexican dishes. Diners can embark on the culinary excursion with the zuppa di vongole brimming with clams and shrimp swimming in tomato broth ($12) and the chilies rellenos packed with beef or cheese and drizzled with homemade tomato sauce ($7). Ham and cheese snuggle like a knight and his chain-mail blanket inside a lightly breaded chicken breast in the pollo El Barzon ($16), and Mediterranean-imported sea bass rests under a layer of fresh herbs and garlic ($25). Guests can also sample classic international dishes such as homemade italian pastas ($12+) and mexican tortas ($5+).

3710 Junction St
Detroit,
MI
US

Growing up with eight siblings, Rafael López came to value the nights when the whole clan gathered around meals. Using recipes from his homeland, the Mexican native now re-creates such feasts at Señor López Mexican Restaurant. Rafael's culinary team showcases their talents with specialties such as housemade tamales and cheese-filled fried poblano peppers covered in special ranchera sauce. The rest of Señor López's enormous menu spans the spectrum of classic Mexican flavors, from vegetarian fajitas and beef-tongue tacos to breakfast burritos filled with chorizo and eggs.

7144 Michigan Ave
Detroit,
MI
US

Tim Castañeda's culinary education began at his family's dinner table. Nourished by the fresh salsas and flavorful meats, Tim developed a deep appreciation for and understanding of the traditional flavors of Mexican cuisine. After cooking in his family's restaurants during his youth, Tim continued to perfect his recipes and spice blends in Mexican eateries throughout the country. He brings his years of experience to Zumba Mexican Grille, where he whips up freshly made tacos, burritos, and quesadillas reminiscent of the authentic dishes of his childhood.

Named for the Spanish slang word for "energy," Zumba bustles with color and zest—from its shiny stainless-steel counters and rainbows of wooden chairs to the skirt steak, red-chili pork, and fresh vegetables sizzling on its grills. When customers walk in, their first step is to pick meats, toppings, and black, pinto, or magic beans. Then the servers behind the counter begin building Mexican specialties—including the burritos, named the city's best by Real Detroit Weekly. After receiving their orders, guests stroll over to the fresh salsa bar, where six different housemade varieties in various spice levels await them.

304 N Main St
Royal Oak,
MI
US