Mexican Restaurants in Jollyville


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  • Jardin Corona
    For tasty Mexican fare, Cedar Park's Jardin Corona is hard to top. Jardin Corona is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu. Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list. Take the kids along too — Jardin Corona is a great spot for families with food that even little ones will love. Folks tend to dress down at Jardin Corona, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. Jardin Corona is just steps away from a parking lot. When you need great food that is not going to cost an arm and a leg, stop by Jardin Corona.
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    600 S Bell Blvd
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Qdoba Mexican Grill
    Just as Thomas Edison stumbled through useless prototypes of light bulbs and movie cameras before perfecting the phonograph, the alchemists at Qdoba Mexican Grill took 47 attempts before landing on the franchise's signature blend of three cheeses, known simply as queso. That attention to detail still pervades every aspect of the menu, as employees spend hours each day chopping, dicing, and simmering the fresh ingredients that find their way into burritos, taco salads, and grilled quesadillas. Beyond the marinated bites of chicken, beef, and pork and hand-crafted tortillas, cooks protect their ripe, fragile avocados from harm by smashing them into batches of fluffy guacamole.
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    1335 E Whitestone Blvd
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • El Patron Restaurant and Cantina
    When he immigrated to America, Jesse Berenji took a job in the kitchen at a family member's Mexican restaurant. By keeping a close eye on all aspects of the business, he was soon able to pioneer his own Mexican place—El Patron Restaurant & Cantina. The cooks here fry hand-breaded boneless-chicken breast drizzled with cilantro sauce, for example, and prepare El Patron fajitas—chicken and beef with sautéed veggies on a heated platter, served with homemade tortillas for creating edible Venn diagrams. The menu even touches on American classics such as burgers and chicken tenders.
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    700 E Whitestone Blvd
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Los Reyes Mexican Restaurant
    Los Reyes' tables brim with traditional Mexican entrees, Tex-Mex favorites, and fresh seafood. Chefs begin slinging breakfasts and insults about the sunrise at 6 a.m. before lunch specials infiltrate empty stomachs with tacos, burritos, and enchiladas at 11 a.m. Rice and beans flank authentic south-of-the-border proteins such as carne asada, barbacoa, and tripe, and a separate seafood menu hooks cravings with broiled or fried shrimp, catfish, and flounder.
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    251 N Bell Blvd
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Fuzzy's Taco Shop
    Cuisine Type: Baja-style foods Established: 2012 Handicap Accessible: Yes Number of Tables: 11?25 Parking: Parking lot; free parking off San Antonio Street Most popular offering: Grilled shrimp tacos Kid-friendly: Yes Alcohol: Full bar Delivery / Take-out Available: Takeout Only Outdoor Seating: Yes Pro Tip: Buy a souvenir cup and get refills for $1 FOREVER. If it weren?t for father-son duo Alan and Chuck Bush, Fuzzy?s Taco Shop might?ve closed its doors permanently in 2003. Instead, the two bought the restaurant from its then-owner, transforming the flagship Fort Worth location from faltering to bustling. They slowly started to franchise locations across the country, and, now, 60 restaurants dot 11 states. Each one serves up a menu of Baja-style Mexican food, including jumbo burritos, tacos, enchiladas, and fajitas.
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    401 E Whitestone Blvd
    Cedar Park, TX US
  • Texican Cafe
    Start your tour of Texican's massive menu by slinging your jaw around spinach, mushroom, and onion quesadillas ($7.99) or clearing your taste buds of impurities with spicy cream-cheese-stuffed jalapenos ($5.49). The plentiful options let you supplicate at the altar of a traditional dish such as cabrito—a platter of tender goat roasted with mysterious spices and topped with tomato and bell pepper ($14.99)—or head straight for the grill with a 10 oz. rib-eye steak tampiqueña ($14.99). To enter the mythical realm of "New Mexico," head northwest of south of the border for some Santa Fe enchiladas in smoky red chile ($9.49), or fly straight up into space instead with a deadly delicious chile relleno plump with chicken, beef, shrimp, or cheese and legally drowned in red tomatillo sauce ($8.99).
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    11066 Pecan Park Blvd
    Cedar Park, TX US
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