Mexican Restaurants in Oklahoma


$12.75 for $20 Worth of Mexican Dinner at Chimi's Mexican Food

Chimi's Mexican Food

Multiple Locations

Fajitas, tamale pie, enchiladas, and margaritas at a local Mexican chain

$20 $12.75

View Deal

Dinner for Two or Four, or Carry-Out at Don Serapio’s Mexican Restaurant (Up to 55% Off)

Don Serapio’s Mexican Restaurant

Serapio's Mexican Restaurant

Homemade tamales, chile relleno, beef or chicken chimichangas with guacamole, cheese enchiladas topped with chili con carne

$89.44 $45

View Deal

$11 for $20 Worth of Tex-Mex Food at Alfredo's Mexican Cafe

Alfredo's Mexican Cafe

Alfredo's Mexican Cafe

Heaping portions of Tex-Mex food include fish tacos, chili relleno, and the Especial Guiso—tender cuts of fajita beef topped with fried eggs

$20 $11

View Deal

$35 for $50 Worth of Modern Mexican Cuisine at Cantina Laredo

Cantina Laredo Oklahoma City

Cantina Laredo

Refined takes on Mexican cuisine, including fajitas in chipotle-wine sauce and enchiladas stuffed with avocado and artichoke

$50 $35

View Deal

$8 for $16 Worth of Tex-Mex Fare at Fiesta Cozumel

Fiesta Cozumel

Fiesta Cozumel

Authentic Tex-Mex fare served by passionate owners beneath adobe-colored walls and a full-service bar with jumbo margaritas

$16 $8

View Deal

$16.50 for Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Southwestern Food at Cafe Olé ($30 Total Value)

Cafe Ole Tulsa

Cafe Ole

Chefs prepare Southwestern fare with a Santa Fe twist, such as stacked blue-corn enchiladas & Albuquerque chicken marinated in salsa

$10 $5.50

View Deal

Select Local Merchants

For a Latin American mix of sweet and spicy, 1492 New World Latin Cuisine serves a mean salsa. Low-fat foods are not on the menu at 1492 New World Latin Cuisine, though, so plan to indulge a bit. Complement you meal with a beer or wine from 1492 New World Latin Cuisine delightful drink menu. Have a few picky young eaters in the family? Not a problem at 1492 New World Latin Cuisine, where the food and ambience are perfect for family dining. With its spacious interior, 1492 New World Latin Cuisine is a great choice for big groups and celebrations. Enjoy wifi here free of cost. Reservations are available, so give the restaurant a call before you head over for the fastest seating. No need to gussy up for a trip to 1492 New World Latin Cuisine, where patrons dress for comfort and fun. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. 1492 New World Latin Cuisine can also cater your next party; call today for details. Parking is available next door or valet is provided, if preferred. You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at 1492 New World Latin Cuisine, so plan your budget accordingly. You can pay with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express or any major credit card. 1492 New World Latin Cuisine serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
1207 N Walker Ave
Oklahoma City,
OK
US
Compadres Mexican Grill serves handmade authentic Mexican food and drinks in a warm and friendly environment. Once seated at your table, you'll be welcomed by handmade chips and escorted by three different varieties of salsa. The eatery's extensive dinner menu features fresh takes on Mexican favorites. The herculean eight-inch burrito especial comes stuffed with your choice of beans, beef or chicken along with all the fixings ($9.75) for an edible experience as grand and tubular as a rocket launch past the tasty outer stratosphere and straight into the void of deliciousness. The borracho tacos (steak, chicken, or shrimp) ($9.75) and fajitas de la casa (chicken or steak) ($10.79) are freshly grilled to order.
7104 S Sheridan Rd
Tulsa,
OK
US
Cooks bustle about the kitchens of Tulio's Mexican Restaurant, stuffing flautas with juicy morsels of skinless white-meat chicken and marinating strips of sirloin steak. The beef soaks in its bath of spices for a full 24 hours before it’s deemed ready for fajitas al carbon and mexican steak-tip dinners, a slow but necessary process that typifies the restaurant’s concern for getting traditional Mexican recipes right. Though they share certain ingredients in common, there’s no mistaking the difference between a giant burrito—stuffed with up to five pounds of meat or piñata candy—and light entrees such as veggie fajitas with steamed rice and ranchera beans. Whether sautéing peppers or deep-frying chimichangas, the cooks keep an eye on heart health and use only 100% vegetable oil. Fresh produce goes into dishes such as the Cancun chicken, whose sweet bell peppers and guacamole-celery hot sauce make for more green than a bank vault filled with lime jello.
1000 Alameda St
Norman,
OK
US
The owners and chefs at Santa Fe Cattle rely on old family recipes that demand steaks are aged and cut in-house, rolls are baked fresh each day, and signature sauces are mixed onsite. These touches transform the menu’s casual, regional eats into dishes worthy of John Wayne’s personal dressing-room buffet. Steaks, fajitas, and sliders are plated next to housemade sides of cole slaw, Santa Fe taters, and of course, a bucket of peanuts—which guests shuck directly onto the floor. The peanut shells add character to each one of the restaurant’s 20 locations, which evoke old-west saloons with touches such as brick walls draped in horse saddles and weathered wooden floors.
1100 North 20th Street
Broken Arrow,
OK
US
In 1926, a Mexican immigrant named Adelaida Cuellar—now affectionately referred to as "Mama"—set up a tiny stand at a county fair outside Dallas, selling homemade tamales and chili con queso. The spicy specialties soon drew throngs of hungry patrons, and by 1940, she and her 12 children had transformed the stand into a café. Today, her legacy lives on at El Chico's many locations, where the staff rolls fresh tortillas into steaming enchiladas and salts the rims of towering margaritas. Waiters hoist platters of Tex-Mex favorites such as spicy beef burritos, crispy tacos, and guacamole prepared right at the table from fresh, self-puréeing avocados—a technology Mama never could have imagined during the early days of black-and-white tomatoes.
82 Central Mall
Lawton,
OK
US
Strips of beef sizzle on the grill until nearly caramelized on the outer layer; then they reabsorb their juices while resting on a plate with sautéed onions, bell peppers, and a generous sprinkling of monterey jack cheese. The result is alambre, and it’s one of many original recipes invented by the chefs at Habaneros Mexican Restaurant, according to the Edmond Outlook. Another novel dish is the pork chili verde, where pieces of marinated pork simmer in green and red salsa. Diners can also sample more traditional Mexican entrees such as chiles rellenos—poblano peppers stuffed with cheese and chicken—or fajitas with chicken or beef.
6833 North Broadway
Edmond,
OK
US
Advertisement