Mexican Restaurants in Huntington Park

Mexican Food at Ricardo's El Ranchito (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Ricardo's El Ranchito

Los Angeles

$20 $11

Mexican specialties such as sautéed shrimp, enchiladas in mole sauce, and huevos rancheros served all day

Fish and Shrimp Tacos at Best Fish Taco In Ensenada (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Best Fish Taco In Ensenada

Los Feliz

$20 $10

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Crispy sweet-water basa fish and shrimp stuff tacos topped with housemade salsa or Magic Cream at revamped version of traditional taco stand

Mexican Food at El Gallo Grill (50% Off). Two Options Available.

El Gallo Grill

San Gabriel Valley

$30 $15

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Wood-fired steak, chicken, and seafood showcased in authentic Mexican dishes, such as tacos, tortas, and platters loaded with beans and rice

Tamale Dishes and Mexican Food at Tamale Man (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Tamale Man

El Sereno

$10 $6

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Homemade tamales take on eclectic fillings and toppings, including green chile, pork, and chicken and can be topped with cheeses and salsa

Mexican Cuisine for Two or Four at Moles La Tia (50% Off)

Moles La Tia

San Gabriel Valley

$30 $15

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Mexican meat and seafood dishes, including duck breast topped with tamarind mole, boneless pork tenderloin, and scallops with fruity mole

Mexican Cuisine at Los Cinco Puntos (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

Los Cinco Puntos

Los Angeles

$20 $12

Traditional Mexican meats such as carnitas are accompanied by handmade tortillas, fresh salsas, and guac; freshly bundled burritos and more

Mexican Food and Drinks at Tepiatl Mexico (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Tepiatl Mexico

Montebello

$30 $15

Grilled steak, pork carnitas, stuffed peppers, and flaky sea bass elegantly plated with avocado, green onion, and brightly colored sauces

$12.99 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $8 Worth of Mexican Food at Mister Taco ($24 Total Value)

Mister Taco

Montebello

$8 $4.33

Nosh on casual Mexican dishes such as tacos, burritos, and nachos inside the Montebello Town Center food court

Mexican Food at Los Tacos (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Los Tacos

Multiple Locations

$22 $11

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Founder’s family recipes yield menu of authentic Mexican street food, including chicken mole and 10 types of soft tacos

$16 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Mexican Food at Acapulco Cafe ($30 Total Value)

Acapulco Cafe

Harbor Gateway South

$15 $8

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Shredded-beef tacos, pork chili verde, and chicken-tortilla soup at 60-year-old Mexican restaurant

Mexican Food for Two or Four at Cabrera’s Mexican Cuisine Pasadena (Up to 40% Off)

Cabrera's Mexican Cuisine Pasadena

Pasadena

$25 $16

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Jalapeño-spiced guacamole with warm chips, specialty entrees such as chicken with chipotle mustard, and flan drizzled with caramel sauce

Mexican Cuisine at La Poblana Tamaleria (40% Off). Two Options Available.

La Poblana Tamaleria

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

Mexican eatery open for 25 years dishes out mole poblano, tamales, fresh salsa, and handmade tortillas

Mexican Food for Two or Four at Cabrera’s Mexican Cuisine Arcadia (Up to 40% Off)

Cabrera's Mexican Cuisine Arcadia

Arcadia

$25 $16

Jalapeño-spiced guacamole with warm chips, specialty entrees such as chicken with chipotle mustard, and flan drizzled with caramel sauce

Two or Four Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Tortas Mexico (40% Off)

Tortas Mexico

Montrose Verdugo City

$10 $6

Family-owned restaurant serves Mexican favorites, including tortas, burritos, and enchiladas, with fresh ingredients devoid of preservatives

Mexican Food for Two, Four, or More at Cabrera's Mexican Cuisine Duarte (40% Off)

Cabrera’s Mexican Cuisine Duarte

Duarte

$25 $16

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Traditional Mexican dishes can incorporate chipotle peppers, mole sauces, and grilled cactus

$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food and Drinks at Mariposa Grill & Cantina

Mariposa Grill & Cantina

Covina-Valley

$20 $11

Long-standing neighborhood eatery dishes out Mexican favorites including king crab enchiladas, tacos, and charbroiled filet mignon

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At the French restaurant where they both got their start, Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger discovered decidedly un-French cuisine in the privacy of the kitchen: homespun Oaxacan and Yucatan recipes prepared by their fellow chefs. The duo promptly untied their aprons, loaded them into a VW Beetle, and took off for a road trip to Mexico in 1985, where they sampled and studied delicacies prepared at beachside taco stands and family barbecues. Three restaurants, two gourmet food trucks, five cookbooks, hundreds of episodes of Food Network's Too Hot Tamales, and sizzling appearances on Top Chef Masters later, their Border Grill eateries add contemporary twists to authentic Mexican cuisine. Guests are greeted by dining rooms originally designed by the architect Josh Schweitzer, who is Mary Sue's husband and Susan's childhood friend. Within their walls, healthful plates enhanced by seasonal fruits and vegetables and fresh salsas roll into handmade tortillas or revel beneath cotija cheese. Devoted to sustainable eating, Border Grill infuses its dishes with sustainable seafood, organic rice and beans, and hormone-free meats, as well as Good for the Planet, Good for You meals made from at least 80% plant-based ingredients, just like Captain Planet's faux-leather jacket.

445 S Figueroa St
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Before you die, you must eat one of Chichen Itza Restaurant’s panuchos. At least that’s the opinion of LA Weekly food critic Jonathan Gold, who included the appetizer on his list of 99 essential L.A. eats. The turkey-stuffed corn tortillas kick off chef Gilberto Cetina's menu, which contains original recipes as well as Mayan, Spanish, and Lebanese dishes traditionally found in Cetina's native Yucatan. Among the selection of mesquite-grilled entrees is the cochinita pibil, a pork dish that Gilberto marinates with sour orange juice and spices before cooking it in banana leaves. The dish's “succulent, aromatic, tender, irresistible pork” is so sought after that Gilberto makes up to 60 pounds a day, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Chichen Itza is located inside Mercado La Paloma, an upscale food court whose restaurants, bakery, and juice bar have attracted attention from local press. Patrons approach the restaurant’s counter to order their meal and then wait at linen-dressed tables for servers to present their selected dishes.

3655 S Grand Ave
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Normally a dining room is nothing more than a dining room, but the cheerful space at Mama's International Tamales, with its brightly colored furniture and Latino artwork adorning the wall, is simultaneously a dining room and a classroom. The entire team under manager Sandi "Mama" Romero consists of low- and moderate-income culinary apprentices from Los Angeles's central region. Each day, the group puts her instructions into practice as they create authentically presented food from the Americas for their customers, while enriching their kitchen education.

The restaurant's namesake tamales are made from scratch and infused with flavors from a variety of Latin American countries. Other specialties include quesadillas with ingredients such as asada or spinach and mushrooms, as well as tostadas made with homemade tortillas and fillings such as chicken, tofu, and ceviche. Vegan cheese is also available to replace dairy cheese in any of the restaurant’s dishes or on days when dairy cheese refuses to come out of its dressing room.

2124 W 7th St
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Prepared from scratch using authentic recipes passed down for generations throughout the many regions of Oaxaca, Monte Alban Restaurant's cuisine earned the eatery a spot on Los Angeles magazine's Best of LA list. The honor is a testament to the restaurant’s culinary team, which crafts fire-roasted salsas, blackening seasonings, and handmade tortillas from scratch using ingredients from local sustainable producers. Dishes include tortillas filled with cheese doused in guacamole red salsa, a vegetarian turnover with squash blossoms and mushrooms, and five moles that include a yellow mole flavored with dry chiles, pepper, and cumin.

To wash down spicy bites, barkeeps whip up specialty cocktails and glasses of wine, beer, and Atole Blanco ó Champurrado—a hot drink made from corn dough. Feasts unfold in Monte Alban's cozy dining room, which surround guests with paintings of Oaxaca's mountainous boroughs.

11927 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US

At Tarascos, owner Antonio Garcia and his chefs blend the comfortable and familiar with the slightly out of the ordinary. A chalkboard-scrawled menu lists Mexican classics such as enchiladas alongside lesser-known dishes such as huaraches, large, oblong tortillas stacked with charbroiled meats. Plates of barbacoa feature the seasoned beef wrapped in maguey leaves and slow-steamed until tender. Likewise, the tap menu mixes Mexican imports such as Pacifico and Modelo Especial with Tarascos's own home-brewed organic beers.

Patrons can dine inside or outdoors on a beer garden–style patio shaded from weather and warmed with gas heaters. On the patio, Tarascos also regularly holds cooking classes, such as a tamale class that was featured on ABC 7.

3319 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US

Baba Ji, the proprietor of Silverlake Juice and Tea, explores a new frontier in fusion with the food at Cowboys and Turbans?the tantalizing blend of South Asian, American, and Mexican cuisine. The menu unites antipodal parts of the globe with hearty samosas wrapped in flour tortillas instead of samosa dough, tacos filled with tandoori meats and chutneys, and pizzas made with a chewy tandoori naan crust. Towering doors of wood and iron lined with intricately carved columns reveal an open-air patio, which surrounds visitors with flickering torchlight and a canopy of multicolored cloth. Statues of animals and deities ring the courtyard, patiently waiting to ask if diners are going to finish their masala burgers, tandoori cornish hens, and aromatic vegetarian and seafood curries.

2815 W Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles,
CA
US