Mexican Restaurants in Pine Hill

$20 Gift Card Plus $5 Bonus Card for Tex-Mex at Tijuana Flats

Tijuana Flats

On Location

$25 $20

Hormone-free chicken, pork, and steak fill burritos, tostadas, and chimichangas; vegetarian dishes made with lard-free beans

Southwestern Dinner with Appetizers and Dessert for Two, Four, or Six at The Adobe Cafe (Up to 57% Off)

Adobe Cafe

Multiple Locations

$57.50 $28

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Award-winning Southwestern cuisine such as ranchero chicken wings, 14-ounce rib-eye steak, and veggie options such as seitan enchiladas

$13 for $25 Worth of Mexican Dinner at Las Cazuelas 

Las Cazuelas

Northern Liberties - Fishtown

$25 $13

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Family recipes infuse chicken mole poblano, roasted eggplant, and homemade empanadas at a BYOB restaurant

$11 for a Puerto Rican Meal for Two at El Cantinflas Bar ($22 Value)

El Cantinflas Bar

North Philadelphia East

$22 $11

Dig into four tacos of your choice and a side of fried plantians, washed down by two cans of brewski

Up to 40% Off Mexican Cuisine — Santa Fe Burrito - Wynnewood

Santa Fe Burrito - Wynnewood

Wynnewood

$10 $6

Award-winning, gourmet burritos such as chicken mole, turkey burger, Santa Fe tofu & faux beef, customized to client's palate

Mexican Cuisine at Coyote Crossing (Up to 45% Off ). Four Options Available.

Coyote Crossing

Conshohocken

$20 $11

Thin-cut tampiquena steak and chicken in 54-ingredient mole sauce served in a colorful restaurant with a fountain on its outdoor patio

$51 or $121 Off Your Bill – Prix Fixe Dinner for Two or Four with Wine at Santa Fe Mexican Grill

Santa Fe Mexican Grill

Wilmington

$100 $49

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Set dinners include Mexican dishes such as tortilla soup, roasted chicken, seafood tacos, and tres leches cakes

Lunch, Breakfast, or Dinner at Mexican Post (Up to 45% Off). Four Options Available.

Mexican Post - Plainsboro

Plainsboro Center

$10 $6

Patrons can customize every Mexican classic, from the tacos to the burritos

Mexican Cuisine for Two or Four at Rattlesnake Cantina (Up to 52% Off)

Rattlesnake Cantina

Denville

$30 $15

Mexican cuisine such as fajitas, enchiladas, burritos, and jambalaya chicken plates

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Even though he was just four years old when his family emigrated from Puebla, Mexico to the United States, Alfredo Aquilar prepares Mexican food as though he’d lived his whole life there. Under his supervision, chefs at Las Cazuelas prepare authentic dishes such as nopalitos salad—sliced cactus marinated overnight and mixed with cilantro and tomatoes. Abuelitas pollo, whose name means “little grandmother’s chicken” in tribute to its inventor, Alfredo’s own grandmother, is a boneless chicken breast topped with a guajillo pepper sauce. In the kitchen, shrimp snap against hot skillets near pots of slowly roiling chipotle sauce. To wash down steaming feasts, customers tote in bottles of wine or bring along tequila to add to complimentary pitchers of nonalcoholic margarita mix served Sunday–Thursday.

Inside the dining area, blue shutters frame murals of South American cathedrals, rolling countrysides, and maps of Mexico. An outdoor patio offers people-watching opportunities, and the second-floor balcony lets you look people in the eye when telling them you know they are actually a bunch of children stacked up under a big coat.

426 W Girard Ave
Philadelphia,
PA
US

The Adobe Cafe's chefs find a way to accommodate nearly every diner without sacrificing the piquant flavors and aromas attributed to southwestern cuisine. They skillet-sear filet mignon and marinate chicken breasts and duck before tossing the seasoned meat with black beans, sautéed green peppers, and white onions for fajitas. But they also alter their traditional Mexican-inspired fare by substituting ground beef, chorizo, flank steak, and carnitas with seitan and tofu for vegetarians or meat eaters' pet goats. The chefs' use of ranchero sauce, roasted peppers, jerk seasoning, and even barbecue has earned the eatery a number of awards; The Adobe Cafe was recently named Best Southwestern Restaurant in Philadelphia by LocalEats.

1919 E Passyunk Ave
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Underneath its red awning, Mexico On The Square's large front window bears the words Tacos, Burritos, and Tortas in thick block letters. Inside, the menu shows much of the same: classic Mexican dishes with a foundation of thick, housemade tortillas that envelop savory fillings, such as a carnitas sope's deep-fried pork, refried beans, and pico de gallo. The menu also includes burritos, tortas, and picaditas packed with savory steak, shredded chicken, or veggies. American favorites such as burgers and hoagies offer more familiar bites, and in the morning, omelets and egg platters provide pleasant wake-up calls that are the culinary equivalent of a rooster's soulful saxophone licks.

1511 Pine St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Los Taquitos de Puebla Restaurant was praised by the Philadelphia Weekly as a destination for great pork, specifically the "succulent cilantro-flecked tacos al pastor." These traditional pork tacos are decorated simply with succulent pineapple and crisp onions. Inside the restaurant’s small and colorful dining room you can order quite a variety of tacos from the menu including some that feature cactus and chihuahua cheese, beef short rib, and smoked pork chop.

1149 S 9th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

Santa Fe Burrito's cooks assemble fresh ingredients daily to fill made-to-order burritos with generous portions of chicken, turkey, shrimp, vegetables, beans, and tofu. Menu options range from traditional burritos with black beans and cheese to ultimate burritos stuffed with Adobo shrimp, chicken chili, or turkey burger.

212 S 11th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

It's a balancing act at Las Bugambilias, which walks a fine line by "channeling the authentic flavors of a taqueria, but presenting them in a more polished, upscale way," according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Chef and owner Carlos Molina does rely on the formal culinary training he received in Mexico City and Cancún. But instead of experimenting with flashy techniques and presentations, he creates dishes that all share one goal: capturing the flavors that define authentic Mexican cuisine. Chef Molina's cooking is grounded in the regionally specific cuisines of Mexico City, Puebla, Veracruz, and the Yucatán Peninsula. Using time-tested family recipes, he cooks faithful re-creations of regional dishes that incorporate the Spanish and French influences that helped create those dishes. Chicken simmers in a complex-and-rich mole sauce made using Mexican chocolate and dried chilies and numerous other ingredients. The sopes' handmade corn tortillas brim with shredded chicken breast or slow-cooked pork, and the spicy jumbo shrimp marinate in chile de arbol before being grilled over a miniature volcano. Much like the menu, the decor strongly adheres to a sense of time and place. Specifically, Las Bugambilias embraces the period of history from the Mexican Revolution in 1911 to the golden age of Mexican cinema in 1945. According to Philadelphia Weekly, "autographed black-and-white photos of raven-haired starlets hang on the exposed-brick and banana-yellow walls." These sorts of personalized touches perfectly complement the room's homespun appeal, which includes tables adorned with decorative tiles as well as small pots of blooming flowers throughout the space.

148 South St
Philadelphia,
PA
US