Eclectic fillings such as fresh poblano peppers, flame-broiled new york strip steak, and grilled grouper stuff tacos, enchiladas, and burritos on Maria Bonita Cantina & Grill's menu of traditional Mexican fare. Bartenders pass beers and mixed drinks across a tiled bar, where visitors can linger to take slow sips and discuss the latest coaster designs.
Feeding the discerning palates of the local community for more than 25 years, Great Wall of China South earns its longtime success with a sweet and savory smorgasbord of meat and vegetarian dishes. Inside the eatery, grandiose fish tanks and candles emit a soft glow on tables, from which plated Chinese fare wafts its spiced decadence and helps customers make decisions from the extensive menu offerings. Culling tastes from land and sea, chefs top pepper steak with onions, dunk chicken in sauces such as teriyaki, and marry dishes of shrimp and broccoli under the watch of their proud parents. Lavish Sunday lunch buffets line up the eatery's popular dishes in a sampling of eats that give guests ideas for what to order on their next visit.
At both Charlotte locations, 1900 Mexican Grill's chefs grill up chicken for sizzling fajitas, prepare jumbo burritos, and craft classic Mexican dishes. The kitchen also prepares specialty entrees such as pan-seared snapper in an olive-and-tomato salsa, which diners can pair with a refreshing margarita.
Serving Charlotte's best Mexican and Tex-Mex since 1979, La Paz is a blend great food, strong drinks, and up beat atmosphere! Locally owned and operated, La Paz will do everything in its power to assure that you and your dining partners will have the best experance possiable!
Armed with a menu packed with authentic Mexican eats, Monterrey Mexican Restaurant pleases palates within the comforting confines of a casual dining room. After warming up on an appetizer of special nachos or cheesy queso fundido, pairs or paired pairs can dive into a house favorite such as fish tacos stuffed with slivers of grilled or fried tilapia and served with pico de gallo and poblano sauce, or beef or chicken flautas–– Mexico’s deep-fried answer to the Cuban cigar. Cheesy queso chunks of chicken arrive skewered for easy eating or an after-dinner game of darts in the alambre de pollo, and Monterrey's house margarita helps mouths cool down from bites of spicy pork chili verde.
At Carnitas Guanajuato—a restaurant founded by a family from Mexico's Guanajuato region—chefs roast pork carnitas for up to an entire day in order to maximize the juiciness and tender texture of this signature dish. They also concoct other generational Mexican recipes from the freshest produce and cuts of meat possible. Their house specialties include succulent barbecued lamb, pork coated in savory mole, and chickens that are roasted whole in accordance with Friars Club tradition. Sautéed shrimp arrive topped with fresh-cut jalapeños and tomatoes, and enchiladas swaddle chicken, cheese, or steak beneath a ladle-full of spicy sauce.