Encanto Mexican Cuisine offers an extensive menu of authentic Mexican dishes made with modern culinary methods. In addition to a revamped list of food and drink, the restaurant also boasts renovated dining room, bar, and patio areas. Diners can start with appetizers such as the lime-marinated mahi-mahi ceviche and drinks from the cocktail list, featuring more than 30 kinds of tequila. Signature dishes include tacos al pastor, certified Angus beef fajitas, and Mexican milanesa?lightly breaded chicken breast served with avocado slices. Encanto Mexican Cuisine also provides live entertainment on weekends and offers party rooms and catering services.
With an eclectic childhood that took place amid the bustling cityscape of São Paolo, Brazil, in the steamy kitchen of their parents’ Chinese restaurant and on surfboards riding the oceans of Mexico, brothers Wing, Ed, and Mingo have tasted a panoply of flavors. Their intimate familiarity with the international cuisines of their youth has coalesced into Wahoo’s Fish Taco, a taqueria with Mexican specialties that brim with Brazilian and Asian touches. House-made sauces, such as the roasted-pepper cilantro sauce and the spicy Mr. Lee’s sauce, drizzle wahoo- and ono-stuffed tacos and fork-ready entrees such as the Maui bowl, a customer favorite that combines teriyaki steak with beans and rice. The full bar serves margaritas infused with local limes, house-made sweet-and-sour mix, and straws handcrafted by artisan strawsmiths to anoint tongues during lunch, dinner, or the eatery's daily happy hours.
More than 40 years ago, Charlie and Mary Garcia founded El Chaparral Mexican Restaurant to share their culinary heritage with the local community. Though the business has now been passed down to the next generation of the family, the restaurant adheres to the made-fresh recipes of its early days, delighting diners with hearty enchiladas, fresh seafood dishes, and its signature bean soup.
Taqueria Datapoint's name might sound high-tech, but it’s really a white food wagon, unhitched nightly on Datapoint Drive. The mobile eatery’s all-Spanish menu foreshadows the authenticity of its tacos and burritos, all stuffed with traditional fillings ranging from barbacoa to lengua.
Guajillo’s eschews Tex-Mex recipes for authentic Mexican ones, preferring to rely on mild and spicy chilies for flavor rather than grease or lard. Try the albondigas (meatballs) drenched in chipotle-pepper sauce or the mahi-mahi fillet, which is sautéed in garlic and cilantro butter.
Soluna has been featured on the Food Network’s Crave for its housemade salsa, which zings palates with various chilies and customizable heat levels. Other signature dishes include lighter, healthier Mexican cuisine, such as a lump crab and avocado salad.