Mexican Restaurants in Stafford

$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Breakfast or Lunch at Maggie Rita’s Mexican Kitchen

Maggie Rita's Mexican Kitchen

Downtown

Tex-Mex dishes such as fajitas, enchiladas, and flautas at an eatery owned by Carlos Mencia

$20 $10

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Mexican Cuisine at Las Ventanas (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

Las Ventanas

Energy Corridor

Traditional dishes from areas throughout Mexico, including meatballs, enchiladas, tacos, and Tex-Mex specialties; live music on Thursday

$40 $25

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Southwest Dinner at Canyon Cafe (Up to 52% Off). Two Options Available.

Canyon Cafe

Great Uptown

Southwest and Mexican cuisine including enchiladas, bison burgers, and ribeye steak, along with from-scratch margaritas at a Galleria staple

$25 $12

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Latin Cuisine for Two or Four or Carry-Out at Hugo Caliente (Up to 47% Off)

Hugo Caliente

Memorial

Quick-serve eatery dishes out shredded pork enchiladas, breakfast tacos, and grilled skirt steak

$35.90 $19

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Tex-Mex Seafood During Lunch, Dinner, or Weekend Brunch at Mex Sea Co. (Up to 57% Off)

Mex Sea Co.

Pearland

Coastal seafood prepared with Mexican and South Texan recipes

$20 $10

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Mexican Food for Two or More People at Trios Mexican Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Trios Mexican Grill

Mason Park

Guests enjoy Mexican dishes such as tamales and chimichangas in several distinct dining areas, from an elegant wine room to an outdoor patio

$20 $12

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Tex-Mex Food for Two or for Take-Out at Rico's Mexican Grill (40% Off)

Rico's Mexican Grill

Multiple Locations

Enchiladas, seafood, and fajitas prepared with meat marinated for 24 hours and served with housemade tortillas

$20 $12

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Though Diego Cantina's over-the-top decor welcomes diners inside, its authentic Mexican cuisine crafted from fresh ingredients urges them to stay. Alejandrina Garza and her three children opened Diego's Cantina in an attempt to bring their Mexican heritage to Sugar Land. Described in Living magazine as a "little piece of Tampico, Mexico [the Garza family] left behind," the restaurant impresses visitors with its oversized replicas of Mayan hieroglyphics and paintings. Bathed in soft lighting emanating from chandeliers and tabletop candles, diners eat traditional dishes fueled by family recipes while sipping on beverages served from a blue, glowing tequila bar.

1531 Highway 6
Sugar Land,
TX
US

La Cocina’s chefs fill out its menu with house-made tortillas bulging with fresh ingredients, served in an atmosphere that calls upon its culinary influences with paintings of Mexican villages. The chicken, beef, or pork in the Carlitos Treat fajitas ($10.99) wears a crown of cheese, guac, and pico de gallo, just like the one worn by the good witch in the land of Oz. Carne Guisada, a south-of-the-border stew with Tex-Mex roots, comes with buoys of beef tips and veggies bobbing in a savory brown sauce ($8.99). Sauce infused with bacon, jalapeños, and wine bathes quail in the quail-and-fajita combo ($13.49).

515 Fm 359 Rd
Richmond,
TX
US

Chefs at Aztecas Margarita Bar & Grill prepare a full menu of authentic Mexican fare including guacamole made to order, dark mole poblano sauces, and fresh ceviche. The pollo Azteca—marinated and chargrilled chicken breast with Azteca sauce, grilled onions, and chili con queso—ignites palates with more flavor and fewer missing teeth than chewing firecrackers. Meanwhile, mariscos mex-tex enchiladas with sautéed shrimp and crab topped with house-made ancho poblano cream sauce follow up orders of Azteca nachos and twice-fried, cheese-filled jalapeños rellenos. The red, green, and yellow walls adorned with exposed bricks and flat-screen TVs surround diners during the day and dancers twirling to live music or DJs throughout the night. Behind the full bar, bartenders pour signature margaritas, frozen or on the rocks, infused with fruit flavors such as guava or mango. An outdoor patio holds additional seating for dining alfresco or picnicking without bears.

2207 Richmond Ave
Houston,
TX
US

A visit to Las Ventanas offers more than the promise of traditional Mexican dishes. The experience is actually more like a retreat to a Mexican villa thanks to its toasty orange walls and bright blue shutters, plus a meticulously landscaped patio decked with trees and umbrella-covered tables. Of course, though, classic Mexican delicacies and ice-cold margaritas are the real pull at this family-friendly eatery.

Executive Chef Carlos Leon has crafted a menu to showcase the nation's diverse flavors and cuisines, including everything from Mexican-style meatballs in a smoky chipotle sauce to tacos, enchiladas, and Tex-Mex dishes. Specialty margaritas and house sangria complement adults' meals, while wee ones enjoy options from the kids' menu before hanging out in the no-mess kid zone. Frequent events?including costume contests?entertain patrons, and live music permeates the restaurant on Thursday nights.

14555 Grisby Rd.
Houston,
TX
US

Carlos Mencia, the owner of Maggie Rita’s Mexican Kitchen, has his face emblazoned across menus tinged with Mexican, Spanish, South American, and Texan culinary traditions. In ceviche, a traditional Peruvian dish, citric acid from lemons or limes cooks cubes of white fish infused with the flavors of spices and peppers. Empanadas burst open, spilling steam and revealing spicy mango and pork. The Tex-Mex influences shine in enchiladas, burritos or tacos, corn tortillas that cradle roasted pork or beef fajitas. Traditional Tex-Mex ingredients, from poblano peppers to cream sauces infused with cilantro and jalapeño, fill the plates of diners and the briefcases of lawyers who don’t mind not being prepared for a trial.

600 Travis St
Houston,
TX
US

Berryhill Baja Grill continues an 84-year-old culinary tradition begun by Walter Berryhill, who sold his handmade tamales around Houston with nothing but a pushcart, a tortilla press, and his personal recipe. Today, the grill’s tamales pack savory cornmeal and fillings such as beef, pork, and spinach within cornhusks recently liberated from overcrowded cornucopias. Elsewhere on the menu, fish tacos combine tempura-battered fish, special sauce, and cilantro in a hearty corn tortilla, and pollo platters smother grilled chicken breast with affection in the form of poblano peppers and mushrooms—the hugs and joint tax returns of the food world.

2639 Revere St
Houston,
TX
US