Mexican Restaurants in Concord

Cuisine at Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bar (Up to 60% Off). Two Options Available.

Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bar


$30 $12

Eatery that offers dancing and live DJs cooks up ceviche, grilled sirloin, barbecued ribs, and more

Tacos or Enchiladas at Oaxaca Taqueria (Up to 53% Off). Four Options Available.

Oaxaca Taqueria

Multiple Locations

$12.75 $7.50


Taqueria stuffs corn tortillas with all-natural meat and locally sourced ingredients; enchiladas are covered in cheese, guacamole, and salsa

Two or Four Contemporary Mexican Brunch Entrees and Up to 60 Minutes of Unlimited Drinks at Teqa (Up to 75% Off)


Kips Bay

$150 $39

Mexican-style brunch favorites such as omelet with peppers, onions, chorizo, chihuahua cheese, and salsa; drinks include sangria and mimosas

Casual Mexican Meal for Two or Four with Tacos or Burritos and Beers at Oaxaca Mexican Grill (Up to 42% Off)

Oaxaca Mexican Grill

Midtown Center

$26.38 $16.50


Casual Mexican eatery uses sustainable, upscale ingredients in its dishes, which include tacos, burritos, burrito bowls, and salads

Mexican Cuisine and Margaritas for Two or Four at Limón Jungle (Up to 49% Off)

Limón Jungle


$71.90 $39


Authentic Mexican spices accompany savory enchiladas, empanadas, tacos, and fajitas inside this intimate eatery

Two-Course Tex-Mex Meal with Margaritas for Two or Four at Ah Chihuahua (Up to 66% Off)

Ah Chihuahua


$66.85 $26


Frozen margaritas temper heat from classic Tex-Mex dishes such as fajitas and burritos slathered with cheeses, guacamole, and sauces

$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Breakfast and Lunch at Eggs Travaganza

Eggs Travaganza Food Truck


$20 $10


A finalist in the 2011 Vendy Awards, this food truck is packed with freshly made Mexican-inspired sandwiches, wraps, and tacos

$30 for $65 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Mexican Festival Restaurant. Groupon Reservation Required.

Mexican Festival Restaurant

Upper West Side

$65 $30


Restaurant's giant namesake mural hangs in the dining room as guests savor decadent dishes of Mexican cuisine

$16 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $15 Worth of Tex-Mex Food at Moe's Southwest Grill ($30 Total Value)

Moe's Southwest Grill Astoria


$15 $8


Tex-Mex favorites freshly prepared with high-quality ingredients, including gluten-free and vegetarian options

Traditional Mexican Cuisine for Two or More, or Four or More at La Hacienda Taqueria (50% Off)

La Hacienda Taqueria


$30 $15

Cooks prepare everything from puebla-style tortas to sauteed Acapulco shrimp in an ecclectic dining area filled with old-world touches

Mexican Cuisine for Delivery or Takeout, or Mexican Cuisine for Dinner for Two at Cinco De Mayo (Up to 50% Off)

Cinco De Mayo

Fort Lee

$20 $15


Chefs prepare a huge lineup of Mexican staples, from burritos and enchiladas to build-your-own fajitas and charbroiled salmon with shrimp

Mexican Steakhouse Meal for Two or Four at Guadalupe (Up to 55% Off)



$95 $45


Margaritas pair with Mexican favorites such as enchiladas and fajitas as well as filet mignon and flame-cooked churrasco skirt steak

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Maizal is a true refined Mexican Restaurant, the type you can find in Mexico City. Our elegant Mexican dishes are often a surprise to our patrons. The festive atmosphere will make you feel like celebrating...

990 Bay St
Staten Island,

Fiesta Poblana knows how to charm the senses. The colorful dining room is often filled with the sounds of live mariachi music and sizzling fajita platters. If the smell of grilled peppers isn't enough, diners can breathe in the savory aromas of the chorizo, el pastor, and carnitas that fill the restaurant's tacos and tortas. Or perhaps they'll opt for specialty entrees such as the spicy camarones a la diabla, succulent jumbo shrimp spiced with chipotle sauce; and the cecina plate, which pairs salted steak with grilled cactus. To counteract the heat, diners can reach for Mexican sodas, sangria, and micheladas, beer cocktails blended with lime juice, spices, and more beer.

31 Corson Avenue
Staten Island,

Illuminated by glowing blues and reds, indiglo Restaurant & Lounge presents visitors with a chic, upscale atmosphere in which to kick back for meals, drinks, and live performances. Inside, two levels thump with tunes from the venue's advanced sound system as bartenders whip up cocktails and specialty martinis. Visitors may start their nights off with dinner, such as char-grilled 12-ounce rib eyes and penne shrimp pasta, or with happy hour, which occurs Mondays–Thursdays.

530 Forest Ave.
Staten Island,

Though you can watch the chefs at What A Taco put together custom dishes in front of you, the bulk of the work takes place earlier in the day. That's when the chefs start from scratch to make their range of Mexican staples. They bake their own gluten-free corn tortillas, blend together spicy ingredients to create the house's authentic sauces, and season meats to create savory fillings, such as barbacoa beef, al pastor pork, and spiced shrimp. Only when all of these ingredients are prepped and talked out of their shyness do the chefs bring them up front to be made into fast-casual food such as tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. The Mexican joint also offers breakfast, serving up items such as huevos rancheros and breakfast nachos with eggs, chorizo, spiced queso, and jalape?os.

8612 4th Ave.

Rawia Bishara didn't learn her way around the kitchen at culinary school. Instead, she helped her mother cook old world Mediterranean and Middle Eastern dishes, hosted a plethora of dinner parties, and spent the past fourteen years running her own restaurant, Tanoreen. There, she and her staff fuse her mother’s traditional recipes with her own modern touches, creating a medley of past and present more satisfying than a founding-fathers rap battle. The resulting spreads range from classics, such as hummus and falafel, to more unusual flavors such as okra stewed with tomato and lamb, fried striped bass with tahini dipping sauce, and the many creative lamb dishes that prompted New York Magazine to proclaim, "Visiting Tanoreen without ordering lamb in some form seems as perverse as skipping the porterhouse at Peter Luger." As diners savor their meals, they can sip Arabic coffee with tequila and hazelnut, pistachio martinis, and other concoctions from the full bar.

7704 3rd Ave

Miguel Garcia, head chef at Casa Pepe, hails from Puebla, Mexico, but that didn’t stop him from reaching across the ocean and importing Spanish specialties onto his menu. Spanish staples such as paella valenciana sit comfortably beside traditional Mexican tacos, fajitas, and chimichangas. And neither cuisine suffers from the inclusion of the other; New York magazine said that Casa Pepe “confidently zigzags between Spain and Mexico.” Tapas plates kick things off with a bang, with options that include baked Long Island littleneck clams and grilled chorizo. Entrees toe the line between Spain and Mexico; or, in the case of the striped bass à la Veracruzana, connect the line. New York magazine said the dish “reveals a graceful pas de deux between the two cuisines.”

Casa Pepe’s main dining room is a cozy and rustic space with artifacts strewn upon its whitewashed walls. The patios and garden rooms evoke their own distinct atmosphere, quaint and quiet with climbing foliage and stone statues. Regardless of where they choose to dine, guests feel transported, and pitchers of sangria and margaritas only heighten the feeling of being on vacation or sabbatical.

114 Bay Ridge Ave