Mexican Restaurants in Mishawaka

Mexican and American Cuisine at Las Tres Hermanas (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Las Tres Hermanas

Fort Wayne

$20 $11

Chicken tacos, steak burritos, and jalapeno burgers crafted by sisters who grew up in Michoacan, Mexico

Mexican Cuisine at La Quesadilla Mexican Grill (48% Off). Two Options Available.

La Quesadilla Mexican Grill

La Quesadilla Mexican Grill

$20 $11

Fresh ingredients and family recipes inform a menu of Mexican staples including fish tacos and housemade horchata

Mexican Food and Margaritas at Cesar's Restaurant (50% Off). Three Options Available.

Cesar's Restaurant


$20 $10


Oversized margaritas and classic Mexican dishes such as enchilladas, fajitas, and rellenos, all served in plentiful portions

Mexican Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Zapatista (Up to 44% Off)


Multiple Locations

$40 $25

Shrimp or skirt steak fill fajitas served in heated lava-stone; tacos and enchiladas brim with chicken tinga, beef, or sauteed vegetables

$69 for a Mexican Dinner for Two at Frontera Grill. Groupon Reservation Required.

Frontera Grill

Near North Side

$97.75 $69

Celebrate with margaritas and a two-course dinner at "Top Chef Master" and James Beard Award–winner Rick Bayless's flagship restaurant

$15 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Mexican Fusion Food at Taco Chino ($30 Value)

Taco Chino

Albany Park

$10 $5

Tacos and burritos made with spicy pork and Mexican sausage, plus Korean crossovers such as kimchi quesadillas

Mexican Food at Tuxpan Mexican Grill (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Tuxpan Mexican Grill

Jefferson Park

$20 $10


Authentic Mexican eats including tacos, carne asada, and tortas at bilingual BYOB restaurant

$799 for Salsa-Making Class for Up to 15 from The Salsa Truck ($1,500 Value)

The Salsa Truck

West Loop

$1,500 $799


BYOB salsa-making class features hands-on cooking demos and a taco feast

$12 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Food and Drink at Best Taco & Burrito Joint ($20 Value)

Best Taco & Burrito Joint

Logan Square

$10 $6

Gooey, spicy chilaquiles with salsa verde; steak and pork burritos with sour cream; assorted American standards like burgers and hot dogs

Mexican Food at Mi Tierra Mexicana (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Mi Tierra Mexicana


$30 $15


Diners dig into traditional Mexican dishes, such as enchiladas, beef tongue in ranchero sauce, and vegetarian burritos

$4 for $8 Worth of Mexican-American Cuisine at Ramirez Fast Cuisine

Ramirez Fast Food

West Humboldt Park

$8 $4


Chicago-style hot dogs, high-stacked triple burgers, amply stuffed chicken burritos, and juicy skirt-steak sandwiches

Appetizer, Two Mexican Entrees, One Petite Flan, and Two House Margaritas at El Nuevo Mexicano (Up to 26% Off)

El Nuevo Mexicano


$74 $55


Margaritas complement a Mexican dinner with dishes such as enchiladas, veggie burritos, or sizzling fajitas with free-range amish chicken

Taco Meal for Two or Four at Fiesta Grill Chicago (Up to 56% Off)

Fiesta Grill Chicago


$18 $9


Diners choose a choice of meats and side their tacos with rice and beans and a soft drink

Mexican Food at Don Pancho's Mexican Restaurant (Up to 55% Off). Two Options Available.

Don Pancho's Mexican Restaurant


$20 $9.50


Diners feast on Mexican favorites such as burritos and enchiladas, in a dining room decorated like the Mayan ruins

$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Fajitas Mexican Restaurant

Fajitas Mexican Restaurant


$20 $10


Traditional Mexican cuisine includes homemade chips and salsa, tacos and burritos chock-full of meats, and huevos rancheros

$17 for $30 Worth of Mexican Dinner and Drinks for Two or More at Margaritas


Oak Park

$30 $17


Shrimp ceviche, tamales, tilapia in Veracruzana sauce, tacos, chicken mole, burritos, enchiladas, steak fajitas, and chilis rellenos

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Fiesta Tapatia's menu brims with authentic Mexican flavors complemented by festive Mexican décor and a friendly, bilingual wait staff. While munching on a free first order of chips and salsa, visitors can peruse a description of Mexican dishes, which outlines the correct pronunciation and atomic weight of popular items for the chalupa-unfamiliar. Sizzling slices of new york strip steak snuggle into beds of spanish rice and refried beans in the Steak a la Tampiquena ($11.95), which arrives tableside with an entourage of tossed salad, tortillas, and slices veggies. The mole ranchero ($9.49) pairs its signature red mole sauce with tender pieces of chicken and a side of gauca salad, whereas vegetarians can combat mealtime indecision with a number of combination plates that marry meatless favorites such as a bean burrito, cheese enchilada, and bean tostada or a hearty helping of veggie fajitas ($6.45). Real sugar and warm-weather fruits such as strawberries or carbonated pineapples comingle in Jarritos mexican sodas ($1.75), and imported beers ($3.25) and sangria ($3.95/glass) help keep the dinner conversation flowing for diners of imbibing age.

119 W McKinley Ave

El Amigo Mexicano understands that cravings for tacos, burritos, or chorizo can strike at any time. That’s why the restaurant fills its menu with breakfast selections alongside lunch and dinner options and stays open late. The eatery greets early risers with eggs scrambled with chorizo, smothered in red sauce, or delicately cocooned inside a tortilla. Lunch and dinner options sate cravings with burritos topped with melted cheese or gordita pockets filled with beans, avocado, and the diner’s choice of meat. Combination and à la carte options adjust platings to appeal to light or hearty appetites.

3032 Calumet Ave

Generations of treasured family recipes make up the foundation of Mi Ranchito's menu of south-of-the-border specialties, made fresh every day from authentic imported ingredients. The house special birria estilo "Mi Ranchito" ($12.95) tempts tongues with tender chunks of pork smothered in a deluge of spicy homemade barbecue sauce and is served with tortillas rice, beans, and guacamole. The golden, deep-fried chimi ($8.25) comes stuffed with a choice of beef, chicken, veggies, or beans and is topped with red or green sauce, and a "dear john" letter pre-addressed to your personal trainer. Patrons will be thankful the giant wet burrito ($10.50) forgot its umbrella at home as they are swept away in a torrent of homemade enchilada sauce, beans, cheese, and a choice of beef or chicken. Families looking to augment their tableside fiestas with appetizers can lasso in an order of four nachitos ($4.25), a specialty appetizer dish of taco-shell halves spread with refried beans and topped with cheese, jalapenos, and onions, or brush up on their division skills by sharing an order of three homemade hot tamales ($6.25) four ways.

3112 S 9th St

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for clowns, who practice fitting into their cars by squeezing into omelets and use jelly-donut filling to paint their expressions. Start your day in a fun way with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of diner fare for breakfast or lunch at Jelly Pancake House in Merrillville.

399 E 81st Ave

At Tequila Restaurante, green peppers and onions sizzle and snap in steaming skillets, as much a soundtrack to any traditional Mexican restaurant as mariachi and corrido music. Many of the other sensory details of an eatery in Mexico fill the Crown Point restaurant, including the citric bite of ceviche and the aromas of carne asada. Tequila Restaurante serves up traditional margaritas as well as those made with fresh banana, banana liquor, brown sugar, cinnamon, and other unorthodox ingredients. The dining room is alive with the vibrant colors associated with the country; crisp white table linens complement the red, orange, and green walls, and a string of white vine lights curlicues across the restaurant’s ceiling.

110 S Main St
Crown Point,

Enchilada, nacho, burrito, taco, chimichanga, and quesadilla options are abundant on el Azteca’s lunch and dinner menus. Evening diners line stomach pantries with fresh guacamole ($5.79) or chicken mole ($8.39) before stocking shelves with soft flour tacos ($5.79 for two with mesquite chicken) and tamales ($6.79 for two with beef and pork). El Azteca’s signature Benji burritos, gigantic creations stuffed with meat, lettuce, diced tomato, and a dab of sour cream then baked slathered in cheese and a homemade sauce, can be created with veggies or 10 types of meat during dinner ($7.99–$12.59). Chip lovers crunch barbecued nachos with smoked pulled pork ($11.49, large) or a plate of nachos locos with jalapeños and spicy chile con queso ($7.99, large). Evict spices from your esophagus with a soft drink ($1.89) or cocktail made with one of el Azteca’s more than 100 tequilas.

535 E State Blvd
Fort Wayne,