Bright-red walls surround the inside of Flaco’s Burgers & Tacos, which serves a menu of hand-formed burgers given a satisfying crust from a flattop grill and a variety of intriguing sauces and toppings. The Texas burger comes with barbecue sauce and bacon, and a burger named after a mysterious Eric fellow belies his hearty appetite with double meat, two cheeses, and bacon. Tough taste buds rise to the challenge of the Flaming Flaco burger, which is stuffed with grilled jalapeños, cheese, and grilled onions before getting a topper of standard burger fixings—mayo, mustard, lettuce, tomatoes, and pickles. The eatery also folds tacos and burritos full of fillings such as carne asada, chicken fajita, or pork chop. Fresh-cut fries and free WiFi accompany meals, eaten while patrons chat among themselves or gaze at a large flat-screen TV along the wall.
Encanto Mexican Grill's owners, Elia Rosetta and Manuel Torres, draw inspiration from their Italian and Mexican backgrounds to infuse tacos, enchiladas, and Mexican steaks with subtle European accents. Though the menu throws its share of curveballs (think grilled fajitas with tofu, or a piñata filled with guacamole), it largely stays true to the culinary traditions of Mexico. One of the restaurant's most popular dishes, for example, is a slow-cooked chicken guisado in a roasted poblano pepper. On Sundays, chefs treat early risers to brunches of salsa-smothered eggs and fluffy omelets. In warmer months, diners head out to the patio to sip wine and listen to live music.
Montealban tables groan under sizzling fajitas, flame-kissed steaks, and chicken enchiladas drenched in sweet mole sauce. Traditional huevos rancheros and build-your-own omelets warm plates beside 12 styles of breakfast tacos such as chorizo and ham. Fourteen styles of lunch, dinner, and second-dinner tacos satisfy hunger pangs later in the day.
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.
Taco Palenque, a southern Texas chain that has expanded to 14 locations, dishes out authentic Mexican fare with a menu of artfully crafted favorites. Their specialty fajita plate slings a mouthwatering medley of rice, beans, and tortillas adorned by one of seven delectable salsas ($10.99). Chicken quesadillas ($4.39), enchiladas ($7.99), and soups sate hearty appetites all day, and early-morning risers and those allergic to sleep can enjoy a variety of breakfast tacos and plates, such as chilaquiles ($4.99) and huevos rancheros ($4.49).
La Paloma's friendly staff serves up an eclectic array of authentic Mexican fare for lunch and dinner in a festive, candy-colored setting. Opt for a midday meal and capitalize on the daily-rotating lunch specials, or indulge in a hearty hand-held chimichanga ($9.95+) or merchant’s lunch, a filling combo platter piled with a crispy beef taco, a bean and cheese chalupa, and an abundance of rice ($6.95). Start a dramatic dinner with the flambéed queso flameado—a flaming, chorizo-packed mozzarella-cheese dip ($6.95)—before moving onto the main course. Enchiladas ($7.50+), chalupas ($6.50+), chicken mole ($9.95), and a grilled skirt-steak tampiqueno ($14.95) showcase the eatery’s savory fare, and the decadent tres leches cake ($4.99) and daily-made flan ($4.99) offer sweet endings to a bittersweet dinner.
A family owned restaurant decorated in vibrant colors. Our menu is filled with a variety options to choose from. You can start with one our delicious appetizers and then order from the main menu which includes a number of mexican plates, huevos rancheros, fajitas, fish, shrimp, or a steak. Don't leave out our homemade flan!