For tasty Mexican fare, Jacksonville's Jalapeno Tree Mexican Restaurant is hard to top. For those avoiding fat and gluten, there's still plenty of tasty items on Jalapeno Tree Mexican Restaurant's menu that can cater to your needs.
Can't get enough of Jalapeno Tree Mexican Restaurant's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Jalapeno Tree Mexican Restaurant's cooking from the comfort of their own home.
You won't break the bank at Jalapeno Tree Mexican Restaurant, with a meal typically hovering below the $15 mark. Stop by for three square meals a day — Jalapeno Tree Mexican Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
For casual cuisine that everyone will enjoy, stop by Papa Nachos Cantina for a Mexican-style menu in San Antonio's Northwest Side neighborhood. Put the diet on pause when you visit Papa Nachos Cantina — there are no low-fat menu items. Families will feel right at home at Papa Nachos Cantina with its kid-friendly menu and atmosphere. Eat outdoors Papa Nachos Cantina (weather permitting) with their beautiful patio seating.
If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead.
Typical diners should plan to spend about $30 per person on Papa Nachos Cantina's moderately priced fare.
Qdoba's burrito baristas handcraft a menu of Mexican-inspired cuisine, customizable with a panoply of fresh ingredients. Qdoba's culinary crafters create succulent additions to burritos, tacos, and salads, such as slow-roasted pulled pork, adobo-marinated grilled steak or chicken, and spiced shredded or ground beef, with vegetarian options also available for each dish. Diners can bite through the warm shells of three tacos brimming with grilled chicken, steak, or seasoned beef, or mine for black beans and sweet corn within the taco salad’s crunchy tortilla bowl quarry. A festive burrito dinner allows eaters to customize burritos with add-on ingredients, including three-cheese queso or a creamy, hand-smashed guacamole that's ideal for filling up Queen Elizabeth's diamond-studded guacamole chalice. Warm tortilla soup and its crisper cousin, the tortilla chip, let pairs slurp with camaraderie or construct solid foundations for tortilla-chip houses.
Adelaida Cuellar first sold her authentic Mexican fare to the hungry public at the 1926 Kaufman County Fair, where she manned a chili and tamale stand. In the face of increasing demand, her five sons helped her open the first El Chico restaurant in Dallas in 1940, and the franchise blossomed—much like a seed blossoms into a human. Today, at the almost 100 restaurants scattered throughout the South, chefs prepare hearty portions of traditional fare, including tacos, burritos, and fajitas, as well as tableside guacamole and, of course, tamales. Margaritas, cocktails, wines, and beers help wash down these south-of-the-border feasts.
Celebrating its seventh anniversary in August, El Mariachi’s family of epicureans crafts authentic Mexican meals with fresh ingredients and traditional recipes. Tables can devour complimentary bowls of chips and hot sauce while ordering meaty plates of carne asada ($12.95) or beef chimichangas ($9.25) to fuel a night of gossiping about the sun behind its back. Enchilada-bound shrimp don tortilla bathing suits before diving into pools of homemade chili sauce ($8.95), and pairs of hungry diners can fill the fajitas for two with a simple choice of chicken or beef ($19.95), reaching a détente as their stomach growls subside. Lunchtime visitors can dress a tamale and a taco ($5.75 for both) in one of seven sauces, including cheesy queso, chocolatey mole, or spicy ranchero. With a casual atmosphere and a kids’ menu of tacos and burgers, El Mariachi makes an ideal pit stop for families and salsa-fueled racecars.
Sombreros and colorful blankets decorate the marigold walls of Los Enchilado's, a festive Gladewater restaurant that specializes in Mexican cuisine. Here, quesadillas, tacos, and cheesy enchiladas are routinely washed down with ice-cold margaritas and daiquiris. Though most people don't need an excuse to spend a night at Los Enchilado's, it doesn't hurt that the restaurant routinely shows World Cup and other soccer games.