Mexican Restaurants in West New York

Mexican Cuisine and Margaritas for Two or Four at Limón Jungle (Up to 49% Off)

Limón Jungle

Clinton

Authentic Mexican spices accompany savory enchiladas, empanadas, tacos, and fajitas inside this intimate eatery

$71.90 $39

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Casual Mexican Meal for Two or Four with Tacos or Burritos and Beers at Oaxaca Mexican Grill (Up to 42% Off)

Oaxaca Mexican Grill

Midtown Center

Casual Mexican eatery uses sustainable, upscale ingredients in its dishes, which include tacos, burritos, burrito bowls, and salads

$26.38 $16.50

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Mexican Cuisine for Delivery or Takeout, or Mexican Cuisine for Dinner for Two at Cinco De Mayo (Up to 50% Off)

Cinco De Mayo

Fort Lee

Chefs prepare a huge lineup of Mexican staples, from burritos and enchiladas to build-your-own fajitas and charbroiled salmon with shrimp

$20 $15

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Tex-Mex Meal with Appetizers and Entrees for Two or Four at Ah Chihuahua (Up to 59% Off)

Ah Chihuahua

Midtown East

Classic Tex-Mex dishes such as fajitas and burritos slathered with cheeses, guacamole, and sauces

$51.80 $22

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Tacos or Enchiladas at Oaxaca Taqueria (Up to 53% Off). Four Options Available.

Oaxaca Taqueria

Multiple Locations

Taqueria stuffs corn tortillas with all-natural meat and locally sourced ingredients; enchiladas are covered in cheese, guacamole, and salsa

$12.75 $7.50

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Brunch for Two or Four with Up to Three Drinks Per Person at Teqa (Up to 77% Off)

Teqa

Kips Bay

Mexican-style brunch favorites such as omelet with peppers, onions, chorizo, chihuahua cheese, and salsa; drinks include sangria and mimosas

$150 $37

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$30 for $65 Worth of Mexican Cuisine at Mexican Festival Restaurant. Groupon Reservation Required.

Mexican Festival Restaurant

Upper West Side

Restaurant’s giant namesake mural hangs in the dining room as guests savor decadent dishes of Mexican cuisine

$65 $30

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Texas Steaks and Mexican Food and Drinks at Ranchero Cantina (Up to 50% Off)

Ranchero Cantina

Emerson

Pair signature margaritas and a variety of tequilas and cervezas with Tex-Mex food, such as thick-cut, flame-grilled steaks or crab taquitos

$20 $10

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Cuisine at Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bar (Up to 60% Off). Two Options Available.

Mi Tierra Restaurant & Bar

Elizabeth

Eatery that offers dancing and live DJs cooks up ceviche, grilled sirloin, barbecued ribs, and more

$30 $12

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Latin American Lunch or Dinner for Two or Four at Villa Tequila Bar & Grill (Up to 50% Off)

Villa Tequila Bar & Grill

Roselle

More than a dozen signature cocktails pair with nuevo Latino cooking, which incorporates techniques from Central and South America

$20 $12

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Chef and global restaurateur Richard Sandoval's innovative culinary style melds the precision of classically trained technique with the homestyle appeal of traditional Latin American flavors. Growing up in Mexico City, Sandoval first learned to cook alongside his grandmother as she prepared massive family feasts. He nurtured this passion at the Culinary Institute of America, which taught him the skills needed to forge contemporary French cuisine. However, in 1997, Sandoval decided to return to his roots and use those skills to prepare contemporary interpretations of the Mexican staples he remembered from childhood. Maya embraces this mélange of influences, and the menu "showcases some of the best Mexican food in the city," according to Fodor's. Although the chefs experiment from time to time, they mainly commit to faithful recreations of unmistakably classic dishes. The tableside guacamole can include inventive additions of smoky bacon or spicy crab, and the tequila-flambéed shrimp arrives with chipotle sauce as well as a black-bean purée. Dark, rich mole sauce adds flavorful complexity to a time-tested dish of roasted chicken, which the New York Times hailed as "the most impressive main course" in its 1997 restaurant review. The drink menu also embraces Mexican tradition, and it tempts diners with a selection of mezcal, sotol, and more than 125 tequilas. The bartenders even create their own flavored tequilas in-house by infusing the spirits with everything from jalapeño to roses and chamomile. Maya's terra-cotta-red and lemon-yellow walls add lively splashes of color amid the earthenware tiles and hardwood flooring. Crisp white tablecloths adorn a number of the stout wooden tables, although they don't distract from the collection of framed artwork that was custom-made in Mexico according to New York magazine and some guy who tried to touch them.

1191 1st Ave
New York,
NY
US

Mexican favorites meet Salvadoran specialties at Ranchito Victoria Restaurant and Bakery, which slings up both cuisines with equal aplomb for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A traditional Salvadoran breakfast, or desayuno tipico, starts the day off right with heaps of refried beans, cheese, and cream crowned with two eggs. Later in the day, savory entrees of cheese-stuffed peppers, salted beef, shrimp in garlic sauce, and pork in adobo sauce steal back the spotlight. Traditional sweets round out the meal and include plantain empanadas and tres leches cake, which contains three different types of milk—just like Gladys, the cow responsible for all the world's Neapolitan ice cream.

5207 Palisade Ave
West New York,
NJ
US

Upon walking in to Taqueria Tlaxcalli, patrons are greeted by a Carina, the traditional skeleton depicted in Day of the Dead decorations. The décor, which also includes sculptures and ceramic teapots, originate from Mexico, the native home of owner Mauricio Gomez and his wife, Yesenia. Their recipes and staff followed the same journey, traveling from Mexico to New York. Cooks serve specialty dishes such as tripe-and-tongue tacos with cactus and jalapenos, as well as sweet hibiscus juice, which patrons sip as they sit beneath a bright-yellow mural painted in the Aztec style.

2103 Starling Avenue
New York,
NY
US

2131 3rd Avenue
New York,
NY
US

Fatty Cue in New York serves traditional-meets-modern Asian-style cuisine from all over the continent. If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat well at Fatty Cue, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices. Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list. Ideal for birthday parties or other large get-togethers, Fatty Cue has all the room you'll need to be comfortable. Wifi access is totally free at Fatty Cue, perfect for catching up on the news, hopping on social media, or even working.

You can also grab your food to go.

Guests take to street parking at Fatty Cue's Carmine St spot. For those who wish to avoid traffic, Fatty Cue is also accessible via public transportation, with stops at Houston St. (1, 2), W 4 St. (A, B, C, D, E, F, M), and Christopher St. - Sheridan Sq (1, 2).

Prices are a bit on the higher side, so this might be a good pick for a special night out. Major credit cards — including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express — are accepted. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.

50 Carmine St
New York,
NY
US

Oaxaca Taqueria captures the essence of Mexico's street vendors with authentic Mexican food made fresh daily with local and environmentally sustainable ingredients. Their devotion to all-natural meats and crisp garden-grown veggies hasn't gone unnoticed. The New York Times, Time Out New York, and New York Magazine lavished praise upon the food at Oaxaca's four locations, causing the food to become as full of itself as the patrons who frequent the eatery. Known for their light tacos and enchiladas, Oaxaca's chefs stuff carne asada, stewed chicken, and frijoles onto or into corn tortillas for entrees. They grill their Mexican sandwiches, known as tortas, on talera bread, and they serve heaps of their three entrees with rice and beans when catering. Each location boasts a daily lunch special featuring one of their three mainstays, which guests can with one of their traditional beverages such as jarritos or horchata.

22 E 1st St
New York,
NY
US