Mexican Restaurants in Cambridge

Gourmet Tacos at La Santisima Gourmet Taco Shop (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

La Santisima Gourmet Taco Shop


$20 $11

Ingredients such as soft Oaxacan cheese, black mole chicken, and shrimp with poblano fill tacos, quesadillas, and burritos

$20 for $40 Worth of Mexican Food and Drinks at Loco Patron

Loco Patron

Downtown Scottsdale

$40 $20

Chefs dish up platters of award-winning crunchy pork tacos with sliced avocado & arbol sauce alongside cocktails & freshly made margaritas

$22 for $40 Worth of Mexican Food and Drinks for Dinner at Ricky's Tacos & Beer

Ricky’s Tacos & Beer


$40 $22

Trios of homemade tortillas stuffed with chicken, steak, shrimp, and shredded cabbage

Mexican Food at Papi Chulo's Mexican Grill & Cantina (Up to 50% Off). Three Options Available.

Papi Chulo's Mexican Grill & Cantina

South Scottsdale

$20 $11

Chorizo and eggs, grilled arrachera flank steak, and Big Papi 6.5-lb. burritos served in a dining room with views of Camelback Mountain

$14 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $12 Worth of Mexican Food at Costa Vida ($24 Value)

Costa Vida


$12 $7

Mexican dishes include raspberry-chipotle chicken burritos wrapped in handcrafted tortillas in nutritionally minded restaurant

Lunch or Dinner at Fogon Mexican Eatery (Up to 40% Off)

Fogon Mexican Eatery


$20 $13


Chefs crafts a menu of authentic Mexican recipes, creating dishes right in front of diners from tableside grills

$12 for three Groupons, Each Good for $7 Worth of Tacos and Tapas at Brushfire Tacos y Tapas ($21 Total Value)

Brushfire Tacos y Tapas

Thunderbird Crossing

$7 $4


Upscale drive-thru and walk-up restaurant featuring Chef-designed tacos, burritos, and Spanish tapas

Modern Mexican Street Food and Margaritas at Modern Margarita (Half Off)

Modern Margarita

Desert Ridge

$30 $17


Sit on the 1,200-square-foot patio while sipping on Arizona prickly pear margaritas and eating gourmet street tacos and burgers

$13 for $25 Worth of Mexican Food for Dinner at Los Olivos Norte

Los Olivos Norte


$25 $13

Carne asada, machaca—shredded dry beef sauteed with vegetables—seasoned fajitas, and halibut Veracruzana

$17 for $30 Worth of New Mexican Cuisine at The Original Blue Adobe Grille

The Original Blue Adobe Grille

Downtown Mesa

$30 $17


New Mexican cuisine ranging from burgers cooked over a pecan-wood grill to enchiladas in blue corn tortillas

$22 for $40 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Manny's Mexican Restaurant

Manny's Mexican Restaurant


$40 $22


Appetizers range from queso dip to quesadillas to bean-covered nachos; premium margaritas are made with Patrón Silver or Hornitos

Up to 30% Off Mexican Cuisine — Casa Ramos II Valid Monday - Thursday 11 AM - 2 PM

Casa Ramos II


$10 $7

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

6 or 12 Regular Tacos and 2 or 4 Fountain Drinks at Taco4u Mexican Food (Up to 39% Off)

Taco4u Mexican Food


$15.70 $10


Soft or crisp tortillas filled with meats such as chorizo, carne asada, or shredded chicken

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At Mi Patio Mexican Food Restaurant, chefs set out plates filled with quesadillas, tacos, tostadas, and chimichangas. The Baja spinach and feta cheese chimi—deep-fried and oven-baked—features a housemade cream-cheese sauce and rice. Cucumber sauce, baked zucchini, and rice hides inside the gyros chimi, and housemade red and green chile sauces slather enchiladas and tamales, all made from scratch. The chefs also festoon party trays with flautas, tacos, and cinnamon apple raisin chimichangas, which are perfect for games of hot potato once the potato gets cold.

3347 N 7th Ave

Restaurateur America Corrales is a native of Culiacán, in the Sinaloa region of Mexico, and she draws from her traditional culinary heritage for authentic delights like a Vampiro, bringing a grilled corn tortilla heaped with carne asada or pork al pastor, then topped with melted Monterey Jack cheese, guacamole, sweet caramelized onions and crisp shredded lettuce. Diners gather in the small, rustic but cheery adobo and mustard-painted shop to watch the cooks prepare each dish as its ordered, starting with corn tortillas and tender meat chopped for tacos, burritos, quesadillas and tortas. The signature at America’s Taco Shop is steak, marinated in fragrant citrus and spices then grilled on an open-flame gas grill, but the al pastor is equally tempting, a succulent pork spit-roasted on an authentic Mexican vertical rotisserie.

2041 N 7th St

The story of Azteca Bakeries & Restaurant dates back to 1957, when Bernardo Lopez opened a small bakery in Phoenix. Bernardo's gimmick wasn't really a gimmick at all?he wanted only to craft Mexican pastries according to his family's oldest, most cherished recipes.

Those recipes have stood the test of time. Azteca's current owners continue to draw on them, using only all-natural ingredients to make sure their dishes stay true to Bernado's originals. Aside from pastries, their menu features hearty combination plates that pair tostadas with tacos and chimichangas. Other popular items include omelets for breakfast and large bowls of Cocido soup for drinking contests.

416 N 7th Ave

Following Baja Fresh’s ethos set in 1990 as a healthy take on fast food, never-frozen meats sizzle atop the grill before they're tucked into made-to-order tacos and burritos. Grilled corn and flour tortillas embrace fish, carnitas, chicken, and steak, and smoky queso fundido sidles onto nachos and into burritos. Between bites, chips scoop up salsa made from farm-fresh produce rather than poured out of a can or fabricated in a space-age replicator. A complimentary salsa bar ensures no mouthful goes unspiced, and guests can scoop up their favorites as they await their dine-in, takeout, or catering orders.

50 N Central Ave

As might be expected, tortas are a highlight at this family-run counter operation –rumor has it there’s an abuela back there in the kitchen – where ultra-friendly staff prepare quick-service lunchtime meals for hungry locals. Meats range from chicken and carne asada to seasoned and braised pork, al pastor, mole and more, each dressed with requisite pickled jalapeños, carrots, lettuce and avocado. The signature Cubana model is a bestseller at this clean white-tiled walk up, loaded with pork and ham in a filling bit of lunchtime excess – and washed down with horchata. Diners craving soft or crispy tortillas instead of squishy bolillo bread can get tacos or burritos with similar fillings. To finish it all up, a vibrant salsa bar offers great variety.

2518 N 16th St

Barrio Café: A User's Guide

Award-Winning Chef | Inventive Mexican Cuisine | 250 Types of Tequila | Calle 16 Mural Project

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer: guacamole with pomegranate seeds, prepared tableside
  • Entree: cochinita pibil—slow-roasted pork marinated in achiote and sour orange and topped with pickled onion and pico de gallo
  • Cocktail: Lowrider margarita blended with Don Julio Blanco tequila
  • Dessert: crepes with goat's-milk caramel and vanilla-bean ice cream

    About the Chef: As the daughter of bakers, Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza has cooked all her life. Barrio Café, her first restaurant, has vindicated this lifelong passion. Since the restaurant opened in 2002, she's been inducted into the Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame, featured on Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, and nominated three times for the James Beard award. Along the way, the tattooed epicurean hasn't lost an iota of her devil-may-care personality. See, for example, the menu: “Conserve water, drink tequila.”

    When to Go: Stop in for Sunday brunch from noon to 2 p.m., when live music pairs with guava mimosas and breakfast dishes such as eggs and chorizo or chilaquiles with chili sauce.

    While You're Waiting: Chef Esparza is one of the originators of the Calle 16 mural project, and Barrio Café is one of its cornerstones. Head to the parking lot to admire the vibrant murals of Mexican iconography—including skulls and luchadores—drawn by local artists and muralists who have flocked to the area.

    If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Chef Esparza also runs Barrio Queen (7114 E. Stetson Drive, Suite 105, Scottsdale), which features 30 types of tacos and 200-plus tequilas.

2814 N 16th St