In a festively decorated restaurant, sample traditional Mexican dishes such as chunks of lean pork in a red sauce and deep-fried burritos
38% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Jardin
Up to 42% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Jardin
Feast on Mexican classics inside a cozy dining room or outside on the tree-lined patio
Up to 54% Off Mexican Food at Alebrijes Mexican Bistro
Alebrijes Mexican Bistro
Gourmet burritos and regional Mexican specialties served in a restaurant decorated with colorful alebrijes
48% Off Mission-Style Tacos and Burritos at Taco Del Mar
Taco Del Mar
Baja-California inspired tacos and burritos made with fresh ingredients
Up to 42% Off Mexican Food at Baja Fresh
Flame-grilled flavors of never-frozen chicken and steak fill tacos and burritos made to order with farm-fresh ingredients
Half Off Mexican Food at Little Manuel's
Chefs cook up Mexican, Italian, and American dishes such as from-scratch tamales, housemade menudo soup, and pasta
Half Off Mexican Food at Royal Taco
Authentic taquitos with avocado; spicy chiles rellenos; breakfast, lunch, and dinner burritos
Arteagas Food Center – 25% Off Groceries
Arteagas Food Center
Latin-American food center stocked with fresh produce, meats, and other essential groceries
Up to 56% Off at Agave Restaurant & Bar
Agave Restaurant & Bar
South San Jose
Authentic Michoacan cuisine including pork chile verde and sizzling molcajetes, plus a full bar with plentiful tequila options
Up to 44% Off Mexican Food at Chacho's
Downtown San Jose
Using family recipes, chefs craft enchiladas mole, chiles rellenos, pork tamales, and beef fajitas from scratch
50% Off Mexican Food at La Paloma
Shrimp with jalapeño-lime butter and lots of cilantro, tomatillo chicken enchiladas, and Sonoran-style soft tacos
Maria Maria La Cantina – 41% Off Mexican Cuisine
Maria Maria La Cantina
Creative tacos, seafood, and other cuisine from Mexico's Pacific Coast at a cantina with art from partner Carlos Santana and live music
Up to 44% Off Mexican Food at Dona Esther Restaurant
Dona Esther Restaurant
San Juan Bautista
Traditional Mexican dishes, such as carne asada and steaming menudo, warm stomachs
Up to 40% Off Mexican Cuisine at El Caminito
Mexican meals prepared with low-cholesterol vegetable oil and chased with salt-rimmed margaritas in a family-run eatery
40% Off Mexican Cuisine at Red Pepper Grill
Red Pepper Grill
South Los Altos
Mexican and Californian cuisines come together for creative entrees such as crab enchiladas, pork chops, burritos, and margaritas
$1 Buys You a Coupon for 15% Off Lunch Bill For 2 People
Las Juntas Restaurant
For $1, receive a coupon for 15% off lunch bill for 2 people
50% Off Mexican Food at Chile Jalapeño Taqueria
Chile Jalapeno Taqueria
Steak burritos, pork tamales, and street tacos can all be washed down with margaritas garnished with an upside-down bottle of Corona
Up to 20% Off at El Gusano Restaurante Taqueria & Cantina
El Gusano Restaurante Taqueria & Cantina
House speciality guacamole, with lime juice, cilantro, and jalapeños, complements classic Mexican dishes and frosty cocktails
40% Off at Vientos Mexican Cocina
Vientos Mexican Cocina
Greenhaven area of Sacramento
Authentic Mexican tacos, burritos, and entrees served in rustic dining room.
50% Off Mexican Food at Vallejo’s
Mexican cuisine served at the business-casual 11th Street location or in the remodeled early-1920s building of the 4th Street location
50% Off Mexican Dinner Cuisine at Mayahuel
The restaurant within a tequila museum showcases classic Mexican cuisine, such as tacos and mole poblano, as well as tequila cocktails
With complex, all-natural flavors, Qdoba fuses traditional Mexican cuisine with inventive modern recipes in a speedy, conveniently delicious tortilla present. As with rainbows, nations, and Model T's, burritos contain a rag-tag team of savories that is more robust when combined, rather than apart. Qdoba embraces this savory wholesomeness with an all-you-can-choose buffet of fresh ingredients ready to be stuffed into tortillas and bowls through a superfast assembly line of professionals. Choose the protein packer of your choice from pulled pork, adobo-marinated steak or chicken, and shredded or ground beef, or opt out of the meats and head straight to the cumin-simmered black or pinto beans. Feel free to douse any creation with any of their five unique salsas and four original sauces, the signature queso sauce (a three-cheese blend with roasted poblanos, tomatoes, and jalapeños), or the smoky poblano pesto made with roasted peppers, cilantro, and nuts blended with creamy hand-smashed guacamole.
Lupe's crafts fresh tastes of cuisine from America's next-door neighbor. Meals begin with nachos ($5) or guacamole dip, perfect pools to legally skinny-dip with chips ($5). Meanwhile, adults and adults-at-heart alike can indulge in grown-up sized portions of chicken enchiladas ($7.75), beef burritos ($7.75), or quesadillas ($7.75), while smaller appetites can greet the child's plate ($5.25). Leave no hunger pang behind with a meal-topping slice of cheesecake or flan ($3 each).
Casa Flores crafts a menu of traditional Mexican entrees that can quell even the most persistent hunger mobs. Guests can choose from more than 20 combination platters, in addition to a savory selection of fajitas, seafood, and chef's specialties.
The inspiration behind Alebrijes Mexican Bistro is the stuff of nightmares?Pedro Linares? nightmares, to be specific. At the age of 30, the Mexican artist fell deathly ill. As he lay in bed, unconscious, he dreamt of a strange world filled with brightly colored monsters?a donkey with butterfly wings and a rooster with the head of an eagle among others?all shouting ?alebrijes, alebrijes, alebrijes!? When he awoke, he wanted to show his family and friends all that he had seen, so he replicated his first alebrije from brightly painted papier-m?ch?. To this day, his family still crafts these strange creatures to serve as unusual home accents.
Pedro Linares' monsters inspired Alebrijes Mexican Bistro's name, as well as its decor, which showcases brightly colored paintings of his nightmarish beasts. In 2012, the bistro also won the Lodi News Reader?s Choice award for Best Mexican Restaurant, thanks to its gourmet burritos and regionally inspired dishes such as oaxaca mole, guanajuato bacon-wrapped prawns, and guacamole prepared in the style of Mexico City. The restaurant also infuses their own tequilas.
Una Mas Mexican Grill entices customers with high-quality, traditional Mexican cooking delivered with a modern flair and appetizing attitude. Incline your eyes to the menu and try a small bowl of tortilla soup with marinated chicken, avocado, cheese, and broth-soaked tortilla shreddings ($2.79 for a small). Margarita salad tantalizes teeth with fresh Romaine lettuce, jicama, cabbage in reds and greens, carrots, radishes, pinto beans, and mexican cheese, all flicked by the flavory fingers of salsa fresca and lime vinaigrette ($6.29). Volunteer your mouth for the task of dismantling a foghead burrito, which wraps chicken in a chili-tomato tortilla and accessorizes with cheese, guacamole, rice, black beans, sour cream, roasted pasilla, corn salsa, and barbecue sauce ($6.59).
Festive tunes float through Los Vaqueros Grill's bustling atmosphere, and lively flavors cha-cha across a gourmet menu of behemoth burritos, plump tacos, and savory enchiladas. Sink smiles into a soft taco bed ($13), peppered with plump grilled-chicken pillows that snuggle under a sheet of honey-mustard-pomegranate barbecue sauce and a comforter of avocado salsa. Garden-torn stuffers burst from the vegetable chili relleno's fire-seared poblano pepper ($10), and a tantalizing torrent of dried chilis, nuts, spices, and Mexican chocolate floods the enchiladas mole rojo, packed with a choice of meat ($11). Servers lure pineapple pulled pork and confused spa-goers from a slow-cooking sauna, wrapping sizzly strips in the Super burrito's soothing garlic tortilla with pickled jalapeños and house-made enchilada sauce ($12).
At El Amigo, where a spacious, brightly colored indoors is met with an outdoor patio, patrons can feast on classic Mexican cuisine. Enchiladas arrive drenched in green or red salsas, or succulent mole sauce. Breaded pieces of fish fill tacos with coleslaw and chipotle sauce, while marinated chicken arrives with rice, beans, and pico de gallo. Soft French bread carries beef and chicken in tortas, as margaritas quench any underlying thirsts.
A Perfect Tan helps people imbue their skin with a healthy glow in state-of-the-art tanning beds. Multiple intensity levels allow guests to tailor light to any complexion. Those looking to get darker without laying down can take advantage of the spray-tanning services, which leave a bronze finish that lasts for up to two weeks.
Chicken-stuffed quesadillas, cheesy enchiladas, and chimichangas the size of their diner?s forearms are all crafted inside El Jardin?s kitchen. The classic Mexican dishes feed patrons during lunch and dinner hours in the indoor dining area or on the outdoor patio, which is surrounded by trees encased in twinkling lights.
At Miguel’s Mexican Restaurant, chefs craft authentic dishes from the highest quality ingredients they can find, and they prepare every meal to order to ensure its freshness. They sizzle up sirloin beef, Pacific seafood, traditional cactus, and animal-fat-free beans, and they gladly customize meals to each customer's preferred level of spiciness. Their combination plates encourage guests to sample a little bit of everything, unlike their commitment plates, which legally marry diners to lifetime supplies of tamales. On Sunday mornings, they get to the kitchen early to sling up Mexican-style breakfasts such as huevos rancheros and menudo, a hearty soup simmered with tripe. Diners can temper the heat of any of Miguel's morsels with imported Mexican beer, wine, or creamy horchata.
The chefs at Larry Arroyo's Mexican Cafe have followed family recipes for the entirety of the restaurant’s 27-year history, relying on cross-generational wisdom to craft Guanajuato-inspired dishes such as deep-fried potato tacos and chili rellenos smothered in red sauce. Stuffed with your choice of seasoned meat, Rancho Grande burritos celebrate the colors of Mexico’s flag with their juicy red tomatoes and sides of guacamole and sour cream. A selection of beer and wine complements the cavalcade of menu items. On Saturday and Sunday, steaming bowls of menudo soup rekindle warm memories of family dinners and youthful pranks of dumping chili powder into the local rec pool.
At El Rosal Restaurant Lodi?family owned and operated for more than 15 years? only authentic Mexician cuisine is deemed worthy of tabletops. That's why cooks turn to family recipes for direction?more than 40 of them?to craft specialties such as tacos, enchiladas, carne asada, seafood, guacamole, and salsa.
More than two decades ago, a handful of former surfers opened up a small taco shop in Seattle with one goal in mind?to recreate the Mission-style tacos they enjoyed during their college days. The first of many Taco Del Mars was born, and today, there are more than two dozen locations scattered throughout the west coast. Each serves up bursting mondo burritos, baja fish tacos, and bowls stuffed with pork carnitas, chicken, and fish. Steak and shredded beef are available at select locations.
Thanks to Bay Area Ski Bus, getting from point A to point B never felts so good. Its shuttle buses, outfitted with modern conveniences such as video systems, usher passengers to and from local ski resorts, negating their need to worry over travel plans or convince the troll under their bed to return their car keys. Provided meals, snacks, and beverages keep both hunger and thirst at bay, and lift tickets dispensed upon arrival get skiers straight to the slopes. When the faraway ski destinations of Colorado or Val d'Isère entice travelers away from home, Bay Area Ski Bus grows wings to match. Its guides handle every detail of the adventure, from flights and shuttle arrangements to lodging and lift tickets.
Since 1979, Little Manuel's cooks have whipped up housemade soups following family recipes, created from-scratch tamales just like Grandma used to make, and poured various liqueurs together to form tropical cocktails. In addition to the Mexican dishes, their menu incorporates a few Italian and American favorites in order to satisfy any palate or ACLU committee making diversity inspections. These dishes include pasta dishes and fried and wet burritos.