Mexican Restaurants in Perrysburg

$4.50 for $10 Worth of Made-to-Order Fresh Mexican and American Food at Del Taco

Del Taco


Open late nights, Mexican eatery boasts nine styles of tacos and range of burritos, nachos, and quesadillas spiced with signature tastes

$10 $4.50

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Mexican Cuisine at Las Cazuelas Grill (50% Off). Two Options Available.

las cazuelas grill

Multiple Locations

Home-style Mexican cuisine made using family recipes, three varieties of house salsa, and corn as well as flour tortillas

$10 $5

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Mexican Food and Drinks at El Asador Steakhouse (Up to 58% Off). Three Options Available.

El Asador Mexican Steakhouse


Authentic menu features enchiladas, chile rellenos, fajitas, tacos, and flautas

C$20 C$9

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Classic Mexican Food at Señor López Mexican Restaurant (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Senor Lopez Mexican Restaurant


Sizzling fajitas served up with poblano peppers and onions, enchiladas smothered in three types of cheese, and traditional beef-tongue tacos

$8 $4

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Appetizers and Drinks for Two or Four at Cantina Diablo's. Four Options Available.

Cantina Diablo's

Downtown Royal Oak

Texas beef and Gulf of Mexico seafood pair up in Tex-Mex recipes that include blue corn tamales, avocado eggrolls, and fried tomatillos

$24 $15

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Two-Course Mexican Meal for Two or Four with Margaritas at Margarita Beach (63% Off)

Margarita Beach


Family-friendly restaurant with a beach-party atmosphere serves up Mexican specialties such as fajitas, carne asada, and shrimp diablo

$54.59 $20

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Mexican Food for Dinner for Two or Four at Casita del Lago (Up to 50% Off)

Casita del Lago

Casita Del Lago

Housemade salsa seasons authentic Mexican dishes amid colorful artwork and a sprawling bar

$20 $11

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Mexican and American Cuisine at Las Tres Hermanas (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Las Tres Hermanas

Fort Wayne

Chicken tacos, steak burritos, tostadas, and big burgers cooked to perfection highlight this authentic Mexican menu with American offerings

$15 $8

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Mexican dishes both classic and newly invented sizzle on the signature plates at OK Patron Fajita Bar. The name OK Patron, which translates to "OK, boss," belies the restaurant's dedication to customer service. American specialties accompany the Mexican dishes featured on the lunch buffet each afternoon, along with chicken, steak, vegetable, shrimp, and scallop fajitas. Family recipes serve as the blueprint for dishes such as tortilla soup, which pairs crispy tortillas with garden vegetables, cheese, and a cure for the fear of soup.

27393 Helen Dr

The line of cooks at Hot Head Burritos make burritos, tacos, and quesadillas to order. They adorn bowls and nachos with the customer’s choice of meats, fresh toppings, and sauces.

104 E South Boundary St

Good Morning Holland's menu of morning and midday eats combines Mexican and American flavors. The western omelette tucks ham, onions, bell peppers, and cheese under an egg blanket ($6.50); sweetened milk soaks caramel-filled mexican pancakes ($4.25–$5.50); and powdered sugar snows atop the crests of coffee-cake french-toast sticks ($3.99–$5.50). Bring a piquant punch to the palate with traditional Mexican-style eggs and chilaquiles, deep-fried corn tortillas soaked in spicy sauces ($5.50–$7.50), or wrap hands around the burrito sancho, a tortilla purse filled with ground beef, chicken, refried beans, and more ($6.99).

1007 S McCord Rd

Jesus Angel became a restaurateur by happenstance. Working for nearly 30 years in the auto industry, Jesus drew crowds of coworkers at lunchtime that clamored to sample the Guadalajara native's Mexican dishes. Intrigued, he hit the streets and toted his food to local festivals, steadily building a following that would propel him into a second career. Today, El Camino Real spans three locations across Northwest Ohio. In addition to the menu of dishes from his homeland, Jesus's restaurants draw patrons with citrusy margaritas, live mariachi bands on weekends, and patios and dining rooms decked out with Spanish tile work and atomic clocks set to the Mayan calendar. These features have earned El Camino Real a place on Toledo City Paper's Best of 2011 list.

551 W Dussel Dr

Started in 1964 in Yermo, California, the Del Taco quick-serve restaurant chain now spans 17 states with over 530 stores, speedily serving south-of-the-border fare along with hearty American burgers. All menu items are made-to-order using fresh ingredients, such as freshly-grated cheddar cheese, homemade salsa, slow-cooked beans, and marinated grilled chicken. Several variations of tacos cradle meats such as chicken, steak, and crispy fish between corn tortillas, and burritos range from the small, intimate half-pound bean and cheese to the meaty Macho style, which refuses to ask for directions on road trips. Signature sauces, such as Del Inferno, Del Scorcho, or Mild sauce may be smothered onto any menu item for added zest. A drive-through hands out cheesy quesadillas throughout the late-night hours, passing the time until the sunrise's yellow, orange, and red hues announce its hunger for breakfast, which is served all day, including biscuit and muffin sandwiches, and breakfast burritos filled with eggs, cheese, sausage, or bacon.

3348 Secor Rd

El Tipico is a 42-year-old family-run establishment that prepares handmade Mexican cuisine fresh daily using pure vegetable oil, real Mexican spices, and family recipes (entrees are $6.95 to $19.95). To lick a Mexican-cuisine rainbow, try a combination platter such as the #1 Mexican Dinner, which includes a beef-tip burrito, cheese enchilada, taco, tostado, rice, and beans. The El Tipico nachos––composed of nacho chips topped with cheese, onions, jalapeños, beans, guacamole, ground beef, chicken, sour cream, and tomatoes––could be a hearty starter or a disguised main course. For dessert, the Sweet Chimi, a deep-fried, strawberry-filled flour tortilla rolled in cinnamon and sugar and topped with two scoops of vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, sprinkles, and a cherry, will satisfy the ravenous cravings of your mouth's most ambitious sweet tooth.

1444 South Ave