Mexican Restaurants in Midway

Up to 50% Off Tex-Mex — Don Juan's; Valid Monday, Tuesday 11 AM - 8 PM

Don Juan's

Downtown Grand Prairie

$10 $5

Chefs cobble together fresh meat & beans to build enchiladas with chili & chips, taco burger, or bean & meat chalupa

$30 or $40 Worth of Mexican Food at Cesar Taqueria (50% Off)

Cesar Taqueria

Dallas

$15 $7.50

Diners enjoy staple Mexican dishes such as tacos, enchiladas, and tortas at a restaurant with a sports bar and karaoke stage

$12 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Nuevo Leon Mex Mex Restaurant

Nuevo Leon Mex Mex Restaurant

Farmers Branch Shopping Center

$20 $12

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At a Texas Monthly top Mexican restaurant, chefs make beef tips in mole-plantain sauce and young goat wrapped in banana leaves

$35 for $50 Worth of Modern Mexican Cuisine at Cantina Laredo

Cantina Laredo

Grapevine

$50 $35

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Refined takes on Mexican cuisine, including fajitas in chipotle-wine sauce and enchiladas stuffed with avocado and artichoke

$11 for $20 Worth of Tex-Mex Food at Los Jimadores Tex-Mex Tequila Factory

Los Jimadores Tex-Mex Tequila Factory

Bedford

$20 $11

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Salmon over shrimp chilaquiles, housemade tortillas, veggie enchiladas packed with squash and zucchini, and guacamole made tableside

Mexican Cuisine for Dine-In or Take-Out La Isla (50% Off)

La Isla Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$12 $6

Mexican and Tex-Mex favorites include beef enchiladas, carne asada, and fried chicken

Dinner or Lunch for Two or Four at Lolita's (54% Off)

Lolita's

Oak Lawn

$45.97 $21

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Dig in to authentic Mexican dishes like carne asada or chicken street tacos, along with appetizers such as fresh guacamole, made table-side

Tex-Mex Lunch or Dinner for Two at Chiladas (Up to 40% Off)

Chiladas

University Park

$20 $12

Tacos, enchiladas, and quesadillas made with farm-fresh onions, tomatoes, and avocados

$12 for Mexican Cuisine at Beto's Mexican Restaurant ($20 Value)

Beto's Mexican Restaurant

Grand Prairie

$20 $12

Table-side guacamole, hand-rolled chili relleno, and sizzling fajitas with jumbo butterfly shrimp

Mexican Food for Dine-In or Takeout at Anna's Mexican Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Anna's Mexican Grill

Colleyville

$30 $15

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Tex-Mex meals kick off with an order of guacamole prepared table-side, followed by shrimp enchiladas, brisket flautas, or lettuce-wrap tacos

$15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Food at Maracas Cocina Mexicana

Maracas Cocina Mexicana

Deep Ellum

$30 $15

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Mexican lasagna, slow-cooked brisket tacos, spinach quesadillas with sweet ancho sauce, and other Tex-Mex dishes

$11 for $22 Toward Dinner for Two at Los Jalapenos Mexican Restaurant

Los Jalapenos Mexican Restaurant

Multiple Locations

$22 $11

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Diners enjoy Mexican dishes made from generations-old family recipes and served by a staff known for its friendly, unobtrusive service

$25 for $40 Worth of Locally Sourced Mexican Food at Peak & Elm Cocina Y Bar

Peak & Elm Cocina Y Bar

Dallas

$40 $25

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The owners of La Popular Tamale House helm this BYOB eatery, which serves authentic Mexican food made fresh from local ingredients

$12 for $20 Worth of Tex-Mex Food at Angelina's

Angelina's

Lewisville Location

$20 $12

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Tex-Mex restaurant started as 10-seat establishment 28 years ago and has continually grown; it now includes two locations

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

Tacos Y Mas

Keller

$10 $5

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Tacos with five kinds of meat, specialty fillings such as chipotle chicken, or breakfast fixings such as chorizo and eggs

Mexican Dinner for Two or Four with Tacos or Combo Platters and Soft Drinks at Tacos Y Mas (45% Off)

Tacos Y Mas

Richardson

$21.96 $12

Chefs craft Mexican street-food classics, including traditional tacos with beef and shrimp and sprawling combo platters

Mexican Food at Plano Tortilla Factory (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Plano Tortilla Factory

Plano

$18 $11

Hand-made tortillas with no preservatives, tamales, menudo, and guisados at tortilla factory with catering options

$12 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at La Casa Velez

La Casa Velez

Little Elm

$20 $12

Mexican standbys such as chile relleno, chicken enchiladas, and tacos stuffed with pork

Lunch or Dinner at Los Toreros (Up to 50% Off)

Los Toreros

Denton

$16 $8

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This Mexican-fusion restaurant serves classics like tacos and shredded beef burritos, plus creative takes on other international cuisines

Mexican Food for Two or Four at Tina's Cocina (40% Off)

Tina's Cocina

Fort Worth

$20 $12

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Authentic Mexican cuisine including tacos stuffed with slow-roasted barbacoa, carnitas, fresh vegetables, and house salsas

Venezuelan and Mexican Food at Sol De Luna (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Sol De Luna

Fort Worth

$20 $10

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Mexican favorites served all day, from huevos rancheros and breakfast tacos in the morning, to empanadas and fajitas for lunch or dinner

Up to 50% Off Mexican Cuisine — Mexico Real Mexican Restaurant; Valid Monday, Saturday 11 AM - 9 PM

Mexico Real Mexican Restaurant

Wedge Hills

$16 $8

In restaurant helmed by native Mexican couple Joaquin and Martha since 1995, guests enjoy plates of tilapia in chipotle sauce and fish tacos

$11 for $20 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Petra Fresh Mexican Bistro

Petra Fresh Mexican Bistro

McKinney

$20 $11

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Diners enjoy Mexican-street-food-inspired tacos, flautas, seafood, salads, and churros within a vibrant bistro or out on the covered patio

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The tamales at Danals Mexican Restaurant are so popular that some regulars place bulk orders days in advance. But the tender, husk-wrapped snacks aren't the only reason to visit this 25-year-old Irving eatery. The restaurant's cooks are experts when it comes to crafting Michoacan-style carnitas, seafood ceviches, and other Mexican staples. Specialty margaritas and micheladas pair beautifully with each fresh, piquant dish, and desserts such as flan give folks a way to get rid of the bitter taste that comes from saying "Beetlejuice" three times. To nail down the authenticity, brightly colored walls and murals line the restaurant's interior, creating a colorful, happy ambience.

508 N O Connor Rd
Irving,
TX
US

Veins of sangria run through sheets of frozen margarita in the Mod-Mex Swirl, a cocktail that epitomizes La Margarita’s core philosophy. Owners Gabriel and Adrian DeLeon, sons of founder Juan, carry on their father’s tradition of fresh Tex-Mex, updating family recipes with a modern twist—“Mod-Mex.” This marriage of classic and contemporary emerges not only in their signature margaritas, but also in their fare. Similar to the swearing-in of a matador, each meal begins with the traditional house-made chips and salsa served warm, but forays into the unusual as soon as customers crack a menu. Amid tacos and burritos, innovative dishes such as salmon swaddled in banana leaves and chipotle-slathered ribs jump out at eaters—even if a flight of top-shelf tequilas has dulled their senses a bit.

2922 N Belt Line Rd
Irving,
TX
US

Via Reál

Fran Mathers was merely one of Via Reál’s loyal patrons when the eatery was still in its infancy in 1985. But when she discovered the owners’ plans to close, Fran didn’t hesitate to assume a new role: proprietor. To this day, Fran continues to serve her customers with the same sort of altruistic attitude that led her to fall in love with Via Reál. She does this by forming rapports with regulars and welcoming newcomers, and through the restaurant's scholarship program, which provides help to local kids of Irving police officers, in honor of Fran's late husband. Of course the number one draw to Via Reál remains its fare, crafted by Chef Jesus Olivares, who was born and raised in Mexico. His menu of southwestern and Mexican cuisine relies heavily, just like most cowboy perfumes, on smoked or roasted peppers and sauces infused with tropical fruits. For example, to make a dish called Cancun, he sautés Texas gulf shrimp with mango-basil sauce and pairs it with sea scallops over poblano rice, while center cut 8 oz. tenderloin fillets are served over grilled vegetables with tobacco onions, and guajillo port sauce. All of Chef Olivares’ quesadillas, fajitas, and other Tex-Mex dishes complement an impressive list of margaritas and tequilas, as well as a number of reserve wines, available by request.

4020 N MacArthur Blvd
Irving,
TX
US

Empa Mundo offers 12 variations of the empanada, and Andrew Chalk of D Magazine doesn't have a single complaint about any of them. He should know—the critic has certainly sampled them all in his frequent visits to what he claims, “may currently be the source of the best empanadas in the Dallas area.” Argentina, from whence owner Raul Gordon hails, gets the down-home Texas treatment with the Texas brisket empanada, a puffy pastry stuffed with beef, potatoes, and chili. Other varieties include the criolla, a beef-filled variety seasoned with onions, olives, raisins, and eggs, and a pineapple pastry whose flaky shell bursts with a sweet and fruity core.

3977 N Belt Line Rd
Irving,
TX
US

When their family business closed, the Ortegas imported ingredients and machinery straight from their native Argentina, set up a small kitchen, and took their Buenos Aires-inspired products on the road aboard a brand new food truck based out of Global Bakery, in Irving. Their flaky pastries brim with beef, chicken, pulled pork, ham and cheese, and spinach fillings and bear a unique, baked-in pattern, creating ideal handheld meals available straight from the food truck’s window. As they add the variety of fillings, they imprint each pastry with a specific pattern, allowing customers to keep different flavors separate without interrogating their empanadas under a fast-food heat lamp.

1114 Perry St. Suite 106
Irving,
TX
US

Take a moment to feel the tortillas when they arrive on your table at Mercado Juarez Cafe—the soft, handmade wraps are still warm from the griddle. So it's no surprise that these freshly made flour tortillas serve as a base for the menu's selection of mesquite-grilled meats, crisp vegetables, and fiery salsas. These foods are prepared fresh in the kitchen, where skilled chefs extend their culinary expertise to a variety of traditional Mexican dishes, from plump beef burritos to crispy chicken flautas. To craft their signature steak divorciado, they charbroil a 16-ounce steak before drenching the meat in smoky chipotle and flavorful poblano sauce. Meanwhile, behind the bar, servers blend frozen margaritas and uncap cold bottles of imported Mexican beers. After meals, customers can purchase entire cases of the restaurant's signature salsa to share with their friends or serve with the world's largest chip.

1901 W Northwest Hwy
Dallas,
TX
US