Mexican Restaurants in Powder Springs

$21 for a Mexican Dinner for Two at Bad Dog Taqueria (Up to $40 Value)

Bad Dog Taqueria

Emory Village

Outrageously creative tacos stuffed with everything from Korean pork belly to curried potatoes pair with icy margaritas and chips and salsa

$40 $21

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Four-Course Mexican Tapas Dinner with Tequila Pairings for Two or Four at Mezcalitos Cocina & Tequila Bar (41% Off)

Mezcalitos Cocina & Tequila Bar

Grant Park

Diners receive four tapas—including pozole soup and a handmade corn patty topped with steak—paired with different Tapatio tequilas

$110 $65

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Mexican Food at Habanero's Taqueria (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Habanero's Taqueria

Woodstock

Contemporary twists on authentic Mexican dishes such as brisket enchiladas, breaded chicken tacos, and seafood-stuffed quesadillas

$20 $12

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Mexican Food and Tequila for Two or Four at Mezcalero Mexican Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Mezcalero Mexican Grill

Cumming

Authentic Mexican dishes, including fresh seafood and fajitas, pair with top-shelf Herradura tequila

$20 $12

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Mexican Food at Toribio's Mexican Grill & Bar (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Toribio's Mexican Grill & Bar

McDonough

Chefs cook up Mexican staples, paired with 14 flavors of margaritas, buckets of beer, and shots of tequila

$25 $12.50

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Authentic Mexican Regional Cuisine at Ovalle's Mexican Cafe (Up to 43% Off). Three Options Available.

Ovalle's Mexican Cafe

Chattanooga

Chefs breath new life in traditional regional Mexican fare, such as mole and carne asada tortas, making everything from scratch

$20 $13

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Margaritas Mexican Cantina hardly needs a sign to identify itself. The exterior shouts its affiliations with a tableaux of brightly colored murals depicting margarita glasses, limes, and cacti. This same vibrant motif of orange and lime-green hues sprawls across the interior, highlighting the spacious restaurant's Mexican-themed decor and lending crucial context for the sombrero-wearing diners. Piping-hot platters of enchiladas, tacos, and quesadillas cover wooden tables as friendly waiters deliver glasses brimming with house margaritas. Back at the fully stocked bar, bartenders pour out an array of tequilas, such as Patrón and Don Julio, and top off beer glasses with a selection of domestic and imported brews. Flat-screen TVs add another layer of illumination to the interior of the cantina, while on the covered outdoor patio, diners relax beneath strings of lights.

2856 Veterans Memorial Hwy SW
Austell,
GA
US

Village Taqueria & Tequila Bar, formerly known as Lime Taqueria, balances a menu of tacos, burritos, and Mexican entrees with tangy sips from the large tequila and cocktail list and rakes in praise from publications such as the Marietta Daily Journal. Chef Oscar Mendivil runs the kitchen, where he perfects the culinary art of tacos with perfectly braised barbacoa, fire-roasted poblano chilies, and grilled shrimp. The burrito de langosta—packed with sautéed lobster and manchego grits—makes fancy fare portable without the mess of wrapping crème brûlée in a sheet of gold leaf. A dozen margaritas and Latin cocktails grace the drink menu, sharing space with nearly 100 types of tequila.

4600 W Village Pl SE
Smyrna,
GA
US

The sound of skate blades scraping to a stop constantly fills the air at The Marietta Ice Center, known as the MIC. Aspiring skaters gain confidence on the ice during learn-to-skate classes that teach basic skills, such as how to glide and how to stop without going into a belly flop. Hockey hopefuls learn similar basics during learn-to-play sessions that prepare them for joining one of the rinks leagues or pickup games during sticktime. Patrons regain their ice legs during public-skate sessions, with rental skates available for those who need them.

4880 Lower Roswell Rd.
Marietta,
GA
US

Cartoon skulls color the ragged wooden sign outside Matador's, creating a rustic, yet playful, atmosphere where cuisine from the Michoacán region treats taste buds to an authentic taste of Mexico. Pulled pork, tilapia, and tofu are just a sample of what's stuffed into the tortillas of 14 types of tacos, which sate south-of-the-border cravings quicker than a deep-fried bolo tie. Combination plates and vegetarian options round out the menu at the restaurant's two locations, both of which offer spacious patio seating. At the newer Glenwood Park location, patrons can relax in a separate bar area as flat-screen TVs glimmer across intoxicating bottles of top-shelf spirits.

925 Garrett St SE
Atlanta,
GA
US

At Perla Taqueria, chef Lotfi Chabaane puts a contemporary twist on a wide variety of tacos and other traditional Mexican dishes. With the welcome mat placed outside until 11 p.m., Perla Taqueria sates crowds of lingering lunchers and late-night munchers with 15 different tacos, such as the blackened salmon with citrus slaw, buttermilk fried chicken with caramelized onions and peppers, and the Mediterranean-Mexican falafel taco with guacamole. The tilapia taco?mingling with mango, onions, jalape?os, cucumbers, lime, cilantro, and jicama?pairs well with a bottle of Jarritos, as do the burritos and homemade chips.

1958 Piedmont Rd NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

An electric neon sign draws passersby inside this festive Mexican diner, where rustic décor surrounds savory dishes arrayed on tables. Flat-screen televisions offer the only hint the modern world still exists, as exposed brick walls, rough stone borders, and dark-brown tile distract diners from passing cars, smartphone screens, and androids comparing memory banks. On the restaurant's outdoor patio, patrons dine on traditionally prepared steaks, fluffy tortilla shells, and rich sauces while basking in the sunlight.

1784 Peachtree St NW
Atlanta,
GA
US