Mexican Restaurants in Lighthouse Point

Mexican Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Baja Cantina (Up to 40% Off)

Baja Cantina

Boca Raton

Carne asada, fried-fish tacos, and shrimp fajitas served on a skillet, all paired with more than 100 kinds of tequila

$30 $18

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Beach-Front Restaurant Casual Fare at Boca Beach Cantina (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Boca Beach Cantina

Boca Raton

Cantina along the beach serves casual Mexican food, including burritos, fresh-fruit bowls, and nachos, as well as beer and wine

$20 $12

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Mexican Lunch for Two or Italian Cuisine at LaStella's Restaurant & Catering (Up to 43% Off)

LaStella's Restaurant & Catering

Boca Raton

Mole chicken and burritos are crafted at lunch, while authentic Italian dishes are served at night

$40.15 $25

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Mexican Food for Two or Four at Tequila Sunrise Mexican Grill (47% Off)

Tequila Sunrise Mexican Grill

Oakland Park

Award-winning restaurant doles out 46-oz. margaritas and fresh seafood tossed in homemade sauces

$15 $8

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Mexican Food for Two or Four or More, or Carryout or Delivery at El Toro Mexican Grill (Up to 50% Off)

El Toro Mexican Grill

Pembroke Pines

Classic and inventive Mexican dishes such as shredded beef chimichangas, wet burritos, chicken flautas, and cheesecake-stuffed churros

$20 $12

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Latin-Inspired Mediterranean Food at Ornella's (Up to 48% Off). Two Options Available.

Ornella's

Miramar

Choice of up to nine sauces decorate pasta like gnocchi, linguine with clams, or penne scampi; eatery also served grilled steak and fish

$30 $16

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$15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Casa Linda Restaurante

Casa Linda Restaurante

Lake Worth

Family-owned restaurant serves classic Mexican and Spanish plates, including homemade tamales, carne asada, and chicken burritos

$30 $15

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Mexican Cuisine at The MexZican Gourmet (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

The MexZican Gourmet

South Miami

Chef Zé Carlos Jiménez blends gourmet dining and Mexican street food with chilaquiles, huevos rancheros, or egg quesadillas

$20 $12

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Haitian Dinner with Wine and Dessert for Two or Four at Moca Café and Lounge (43% Off)

Moca Café and Lounge

North Miami

Haitian restaurant pairs wine with dishes of fried pork with red beans, rice and fried plantains, or grilled lobster tail with macaroni

$56 $32

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$13.98 for Three $7 Groupons for Mexican Food for Two or More at Taco Maker Mexican Grill ($21 Total Value)

Taco Maker Mexican Grill

University Park

Made fresh daily, Mexican classics such as tacos, panchito sandwiches, and half-pound burritos sate hunger for breakfast, lunch, or dinner

$7 $4.66

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Five Days of Gourmet Meals, or $15 for $25 Worth of Dominican Food at Hacienda Latin Restaurant

Hacienda Latin Restaurant

The Hammocks

Dominican family serves up plates of baby churrasco, empanadas, and rice pudding; five wholesome gourmet meals can be delivered to your home

$199 $99

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Cuban Food at Palomilla Grill (Up to Half Off). Three Options Available.

Palomilla Grill

Miami

The grill offers 10 varieties of Cuban palomilla steaks with sweet plantains, melted cheese, potato fries, bacon, and other toppings

$20 $12

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Mexican Cuisine for Two or Four at Las Cazuelas (Up to 40% Off)

Las Cazuelas

Miami

Sample flavors from throughout Mexico, such as chile rellenos, tacos, seafood, and spicy lamb stew

$20 $12

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Fine Mexican Food at a whole other level! Walk in the door and you're greeted by freindly hellos and the tantalizing aroma of mesquite grilled fajitas. Freshness is the key - salsa made fresh every day, hand picked avacados used to create fresh guacamole throughout the day. And every dish is made to order just for you.

449 Plaza Real
Boca Raton,
FL
US

Bejeweled sombreros hang from Tequila Sunrise’s ceiling, their gems glinting next to strands of hanging lights. In keeping with this flashy, festive atmosphere, bartenders dole out award-winning margaritas, which are blended from freshly squeezed sour mix and served in glasses that dwarf the circumference of their customers’ heads. Though Tequila Sunrise specializes in libations, it doesn’t shirk cuisine: chefs sauté fresh seafood in Mexican spices and drizzle tender chunks of meat with homemade sauces. Their dedication to high-quality, fresh ingredients helped earn the eatery its spot as one of 2011’s best Mexican restaurants in South Florida, a poll determined by Local 10 viewers and one guacamole-obsessed Magic 8 ball.

4711 N Dixie Hwy
Oakland Park,
FL
US

Cancun Mexican Grill throws sensory fiestas for taste buds of all shapes and saliva-levels. Delectable edibles range from Mexican specialties, such as meaty chimichangas ($9.95), to traditional Spanish dishes, such as palomilla, which pairs grilled skirt steak with onions, cilantro, and mojo aside black beans and fried plantains ($9.95). To sate dulce-teeth, Cancun Mexican Grill also outputs desserts, including deep-fried ice cream ($3.95) and apple burritos ($6.95). Likewise, sweet and fruity margaritas can arrive tableside in small ($7.95) or 46-ounce ($13.95) glasses. The Cancun Mexican Grill's signature Cran margarita—Don Julio Anejo tequila, cranberry juice, and sweet and sour mix—is a fitting companion during live music performances, which blow through the restaurant on select Fridays and Saturdays.

6300 N Andrews Ave
Fort Lauderdale,
FL
US

Tijuana Taxi Co. invites guests to experience Mexico's vibrant spirit with hearty cuisine and frosty beverages. The extensive menu features a variety of Mexican and Tex-Mex classics, including carne asada enchiladas, shrimp fajitas, and mahi-mahi tacos spiced with chipotle mayo.The menu also incorporates a bit of international flair into some dishes. Miso-glazed salmon embraces trans-Pacific flavors, while the homemade madeira sauce spooned over the house-favorite chicken nods to more European culinary traditions. Drinks, however, skew firmly south-of-the-border, with options like margaritas, Coronas, and Dos XX.

The celebratory atmosphere is further emphasized by the colorful decor at Tijuana Taxi Co.'s stateside outposts. The dining rooms are decorated like cheerful cantinas, complete with colorful woodwork, vintage-style posters, and twinkling lights. UFC fights are aired on certain nights, and guests can also take advantage of an outdoor patio.

901 N University Dr.
Coral Springs,
FL
US

When a young reporter from Kulinary Kidd asked owners Jorge and Marco what distinguished La Fiesta Café from fast-food taco joints, they chuckled. "We prepare everything fresh," Jorge explained. "We make everything every morning—our beans, our rice, everything. We don't have anything delivered or canned." Authentic tacos norteños packed with grilled steak, sautéed shrimp, and al pastor pork remain their bread and butter, but the cafe's skilled chefs also fold these freshly made components into plump burritos and lean, street-style tacos—or craft other Mexican specialties such as sweet mole chicken. For their signature guacamole, the culinary gurus grind up fresh tomato, avocado, and onions in a traditional molcajete.

Vivid Warhol-style paintings of Frida Kahlo speckle the green walls of the dining room, where diners sit on antique-style wooden chairs and clink fruity margaritas. Others bask in the fresh air out on the front patio, soaking up sunshine or boldly challenging passersby to hair-growing competitions.

2275 S Federeal Hwy, Ste 300
Delray Beach,
FL
US

Caliente Kitchen blends a lively menu of zesty south-of-the-border bites with an alluring part-restaurant, part-nightclub atmosphere. For starters, guests can occupy a gabby tongue with a gift of made-to-order guacamole ($12) before crunching into a piquant plate of veggie tacos, loaded down with peppers, onion, mushrooms, and fresco cheese, and accompanied by rice and beans ($10). The enchiladas de mole verde invigorates lethargic appetites, making relishable ripples on a sea of taste buds with tangy green mole sauce soaked into tortillas rolled around pulled pork or chicken-breast stuffing ($14). Prepared with chicken ($15), pork ($16), or steak ($17), a traditional mexicano burrito brings meat, beans, and pico de gallo to meet cheese and sour cream, a mouthwatering mashup that ends in tragedy shortly after the five ingredients start getting along.

1500 Gateway Boulevard
Boynton Beach,
FL
US