The cooks at La Fuente Mexican Restaurant grill up menu selections such as enchiladas and tacos as bartenders concoct signature margaritas from behind the full bar. Invite Mexican staples such as guacamole and bean spread to party in a chicken taco salad ($6.95) or savor twin bundles of tastiness with two enchiladas with beef chicana ($7.95). Diners can take taste buds on an undersea adventure with shrimp ajo sautéed in garlic and butter ($13.25) or relish the steaky succulence of tacos de carne asada ($8.50). Frosty margarita glasses sit on the table as well, enabling diners to cool off with strawberry-, melon-, and peach-splashed sips.
Super Taco Mexican Restaurants serves a variety of south-of-the-border flavors, which is more than its name may imply. Within their menu, diners can find a variety of tortilla-shelled eats such as beef tostadas and chicken flautas, or seafood selections such as camarones rancheros. Dinner plates featuring rice, beans, and salad paired with fajitas, enchiladas, or chile verde bestow diners with a wealth of Mexican items in one sitting.
Seated under banners displaying the colors of Mexico's flag, diners at Pepe's Taqueria dig into authentic dishes such as homemade tamales, lengua tacos, and carnitas tostadas. A salsa bar with three different offerings allows guests to decide the spice level of their dish, such as mild or Donny Osmond hot. Sombreros and colorful wall hangings surround guests as they sip on bottled beers, Mexican sodas, and horchata.
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As its name suggests, this restaurant lures patrons in with its popular tacos and zealous support for Mexico’s Santos Laguna football club. When ordering the regular or fried-tortilla tacos, patrons choose from 10 types of meat, including al pastor, chorizo, and lengua. Plates arrive out of the kitchen loaded with generously portioned burritos, quesadillas, tortas, and huevos rancheros as diners converse about Club Santos Laguna’s tournament chances and which players has the handsomest eyebrows.
An unassuming brick façade welcomes guests to Las Islitas, a Mexican eatery with an affinity for seafood. The chefs serve shrimp ceviche, oysters, fish tostadas, and their seafood cocktail, which is a medley of shrimp, baby clams, abalone, octopus, and some of Poseidon’s memoirs. For land-based eats, they also grill up beef fajitas and carne asada.