Mexican Restaurants in Live Oak

Up to 43% Off Nacho Fries or Five-Pound Burritozilla at Iguanas

Multiple Locations

$21 $12

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5-lb. 18-inch burritozilla featured on Man v. Food, stuffed with meats such as hand-trimmed angus carne asada or grilled marinated chicken

Half Off Mexican Cuisine at Plaza Garibaldi Restaurant

San Jose

$30 $15

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More than 100 tequilas complement handmade regional dishes in colorful eatery with weekend mariachi performances

40% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Caminito

Sunnyvale

$20 $12

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Mexican meals prepared with low-cholesterol vegetable oil and chased with salt-rimmed margaritas in a family-run eatery

Up to 49% Off at La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill

Multiple Locations

$10.08 $5.20

Mexican food served during breakfast through dinner includes eggs with chorizo, tacos and burritos, and fresh salads

Up to 53% Off Mexican Cuisine at Red Pepper Grill

South Los Altos

$20 $10

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Mexican and Californian cuisines come together for creative entrees such as crab enchiladas, pork chops, burritos, and margaritas

Half Off Mexican Food at Royal Taco

Milpitas

$20 $10

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Authentic taquitos with avocado; spicy chiles rellenos; breakfast, lunch, and dinner burritos

Up to 43% Off Mexican Food at Dona Esther Restaurant

San Juan Bautista

$30 $17

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Traditional Mexican dishes, such as carne asada and steaming menudo, warm stomachs

Up to 42% Off Mexican Food at Baja Fresh

Pleasanton

$23.94 $15

Flame-grilled flavors of never-frozen chicken and steak fill tacos and burritos made to order with farm-fresh ingredients

Up to 42% Off Mexican and Peruvian Cuisine at El Toro Loco

Sharp Park

$30 $19

Fish tacos, shrimp burritos, and vegetarian offerings fill the Mexican menu; Peruvian offerings lean toward savory grilled meat

Up to 53% Off at Estrada's Mexican & Caribbean Restaurant

Original Daly City

$31.90 $15

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Mexican dishes with sautéed meats join forces with homemade sangria and Caribbean food, such as plantains and fried yucca, in vibrant eatery

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The culinary team at Nuevo Southwest Grill concocts a menu of Mexican-American fusion cuisine that spurs taste buds onward through a land of tortilla vistas dotted with grilled veggies. Prepare palates for future forkfuls with the flavorsome crab-and-fish-cake appetizer, garnished with a fiery jalapeño tartar ($7.95). The sazonado grilled chicken breast arrives glazed with a zesty chipotle orange sauce and topped with goat cheese and mushrooms ($13.95). Lunchtime victuals, such as the burrito stuffed with salmon ($8.25), quells stomachs before they bellow like Luciano Pavarotti after stubbing his big toe. Served until 2 p.m. on weekends, Nuevo’s brunch engages freshly woken bellies with buttermilk pancakes topped with fresh fruit ($6.95).

21490 E Cliff Dr
Santa Cruz,
CA
US

Vivas's burrito builders wrap local, organic produce, all-natural meats, and organic rice and beans into bountiful burritos. Dining duos can peruse the menu's panoply of tortilla-wrapped options, including a fish burrito hewn from organic tilapia, beans, rice, cabbage, and fresh salsa. Meat eaters and brachiosauruses can choose the regular burrito with a choice of meat enlivened with dashes of fresh cilantro, and herbivores and health-conscious visitors can bite into meat- and dairy-free vegan burritos. Twosomes wash down these delectable eats with a pair of fountain drinks that are as sweet and bubbly as a chocolate statue of Katie Couric.

1201 Soquel Ave
Santa Cruz,
CA
US

The Chefs at Pedro’s Restaurant & Cantina tantalize taste buds with a menu of authentic Mexican comestibles. Launch feast fiestas with a trio of mini handmade sopes chock-full of veggies, chicken, or beef and sprinkled in cotija cheese ($8). Patrons can stick with traditional entrees including chile verde, sautéed pork cutlets and chilies ($14.50) or can venture into new territory with special dishes, such as the steak de la casa’s grilled USDA Choice yew york steak disguised in adobo sauce and served with its partner in crime, the cheese enchilada ($24). Mix and match burritos, enchiladas, tacos, beef tamales, or chile rellenos with the combo option ($11.25 for one item; $13.25 for two; $15.25 for three), which comes with a choice of two sides, such as refried beans, spanish rice, or a palm reading by the wait staff. Pedro’s Restaurant & Cantina dazzles eyes with adobe-esque walls, outdoor seating, a plethora of plant life, and eclectic artwork.

316 N Santa Cruz Ave
Los Gatos,
CA
US

Across eight locations in Northern California, Arteagas Food Centers bring a taste of Latin America to their respective communities with fresh, produce, meats, and authentic cremerias. Throughout the year, live bands and comedians combine with free events such as a Dia de Los Muertos party and a scavenger hunt to entertain guests while they shop. Three locations even host a full taqueria, where diners can sit down for freshly prepared hot foods such as barbacoa and chile verde.

6906 Chestnut St
Gilroy,
CA
US

Following Baja Fresh’s ethos set in 1990 as a healthy take on fast food, never-frozen meats sizzle atop the grill before they're tucked into made-to-order tacos and burritos. Grilled corn and flour tortillas embrace fish, carnitas, chicken, and steak, and smoky queso fundido sidles onto nachos and into burritos. Between bites, chips scoop up salsa made from farm-fresh produce rather than poured out of a can or fabricated in a space-age replicator. A complimentary salsa bar ensures no mouthful goes unspiced, and guests can scoop up their favorites as they await their dine-in, takeout, or catering orders.

20735 Stevens Creek Blvd
Cupertino,
CA
US

Since 1994, the chefs at Chacho's have been guarding the secrets of their time-honored family recipes for tacos, enchiladas, and burritos. They craft fresh ceviche, spicy salsas, and tamales from scratch as al pastor, chorizo, carne asada, and even soy substitutes sizzle on the grill. Outside the kitchen, bartenders concoct tangy margaritas, micheladas, and their signature chavelas upon a gleaming wooden bar, which reflects the star-shaped pendant lamps and thirsty ghosts that hang above.

The food and drinks aren’t the only thing that gives guests a taste of Mexican culture; Chacho's crimson-walled, loft-style dining room is at once both modern and rustic, breathing new life into old traditions through contemporary Day of the Dead–themed paintings, wall-mounted sculptures, and colorful sombreros.

87 E San Fernando St
San Jose,
CA
US