The small-plate prodigies at Ole Tapas Bar & Restaurant craft a variety of Spanish-inspired tapas served to eager patrons as they lounge in a dimly lit, comfortable bar atmosphere. Diners can peruse an eclectic menu packed with carne skewers glazed in teriyaki or wasabi ($8) and crab cakes smothered in spicy remoulade sauce ($8). Those with dietary restrictions or those who lost hard-fought spelling bees to wheat can sample a wide range of gluten-free bites, including bacon-wrapped shrimp enhanced by a tomatillo sauce ($8) and the seared thai tuna served rare, topped with thai barbecue sauce, and paired with cucumber salad ($10). Frequent live acts envelop patrons in musical embraces, made even warmer with the addition of a drink from the full bar.
At Badlands Tacos, diners are transported to the titular locale upon gazing at the eatery's southwestern decor. Cow skulls adorned with feathers and bright ceramic art festoon the umber-colored walls. From behind a walk-up counter, a chalkboard menu displays an array of Mexican tacos, chimichangas, and 11 kinds of enormous burritos filled with fixings such as flank steak, cilantro, and guacamole. Badlands Tacos offers numerous ways to celebrate Cinco De Mayo: from booths and tables at their BYOB restaurant, outdoor seating, catering for special occasions, or take-out to feed pet llamas hidden under the porch.
Dive into a Mexican fiesta at 3 Chicas Mexican Kitchen, a casual Mexican restaurant.
Your pals with special dietary considerations — including those who avoid fat, gluten, and animal products — will still find plenty of tasty and suitable items on the menu.
Bring the whole clan to 3 Chicas Mexican Kitchen — kids and parents will love the menu and ambience here.
Gather up your group of friends and head to 3 Chicas Mexican Kitchen, a local restaurant that has room for large groups.
Whether it's just you and a date or you're bringing the whole gang, it's best to call ahead and make a reservation.
Keep it casual at 3 Chicas Mexican Kitchen — the restaurant is laid-back and patrons dress accordingly.
That's right! 3 Chicas Mexican Kitchen will bring their delicious food to your house for any occasion.
Grab your food and chow down when you're ready with the restaurant's carry out and delivery options.
Free parking is available in the adjacent lot.
There's no need to bust your budget at 3 Chicas Mexican Kitchen, with affordable prices that almost always stay under $15.
3 Chicas Mexican Kitchen serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
Dos Agaves elevates average evenings to celebratory territory, thanks to its authentic Mexican cuisine and bevy of signature cocktails. Groups and couples gather beneath its clean, white arches for lunches and dinners for steak fajitas, cheesy nachos, and cilantro-heaped tacos. Meanwhile, bartenders keep glasses full with margaritas and fruit-stuffed sangria, complementing savory flavors with a traditional dose of sweetness.
Blue and yellow walls alternate with stone accents and Mexican flags at Cinco De Mayo, calling to mind the fun and vibrant atmosphere of a celebration. The food—which includes slow-roasted tacos al pastor and guacamole made fresh tableside—fits right in, especially when paired with an ice-cold margarita made from real Mexican tequila. Guests can settle in for lunch or dinner to enjoy Mexican favorites such as quesadillas, fajitas, and burritos, along with more innovative creations such as camarones amarrados—cheese-stuffed jumbo shrimp wrapped in a crispy piece of bacon.
The cooks at Tito’s whip up a menu of fresh, inventive Mexican fare, customizing dishes to diners' desires for a personalized meal within a colorful, relaxed atmosphere. Giant burritos enswathe savory sustenance, such as grade-A steak ($8.95) and blackened salmon ($8.95), within 12-inch tortillas. Or quell shell cravings without licking a conch's home with an order of twice-wrapped tacos ($3.50+), food satchels that boast both an internally crispy shell and an externally soft covering. Tito's also carries an array of other Mexican staples, including nachos ($6.95), cheesy quesadillas ($6.25), and a taco salad brimming with veggies, salsa, and—for an extra cost—your choice of meat ($6.95+). Conclude Latin American–style feasts by slurping on a nonalcoholic margarita slush ($3.75/small, $7.95/pitcher) or covertly grazing on the tassels of neighboring Mariachi horn players.