Mexican Restaurants in Yukon


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Alfredo's Mexican Cafe opened in Weatherford, Oklahoma, in 1998, in a tiny 1,500-square-foot building that could squeeze in 45 people at the most, but only if they were "back to back and shoulder to shoulder," jokes cofounder Bruce Hill. He never thought Alfredo's would get any bigger, and he was OK with that. But fate seemed to have other plans. Customers kept coming back to Alfredo's for its large portions of Tex-Mex cuisine prepared fresh every day, and soon Hill was able to open other locations. Hill is grateful for his success and believes he should share it with others, so he donates a portion of Alfredo's profits to Manos de Amor, a children?s orphanage in Mexico, as well as a water ministry in Burkina Faso.
1751 Garth Brooks Blvd
Yukon,
OK
US
Native to New Mexico, the green chile is packed with vitamin C and produces an endorphin high with each bite, so it's no wonder that it's the starring ingredient at Green Chile Kitchen. Along with red chile, the all-purpose veggie makes its journey from Bueno Foods, a half-century old food company that's also native to the state, directly to Green Chile Kitchen's made-from-scratch dishes. It then casts its capsaicin spells from menu items including green-chile pork quesadillas and stuffed poblanos. These pepper-laden meals share the billing with other New Mexican dishes such as tamales, red chile chicken posole, and flat enchiladas, which aren't recommended for 18th-century explorers.
12 East Main Street
Yukon,
OK
US
Have a relaxed night out at Abel's Mexican Restaurant, a local restaurant with homemade Mexican fare. No need to miss out on Abel's Mexican Restaurant just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has plenty of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Order a bottle for the table if you like — Abel's Mexican Restaurant has a full bar stocked with the best wine, beer, and more. Abel's Mexican Restaurant is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along. The patio seating at Abel's Mexican Restaurant is perfect for those warm summer days. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go. null Expect to spend less than $15 per person at Abel's Mexican Restaurant. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all on Abel's Mexican Restaurant's menu — you can stop by whenever the moment's right for you.
5822 NW 50th St
Oklahoma City,
OK
US
At Don Serapio?s Mexican Restaurant?which has been serving the Oklahoma City area for 60 years?the menu pays tribute to Mexico as much as it does to the owner's family. Janie Meadow's father Serapio Sanchez helped her brother Larry open his first restaurant back in the 50s. It was at this restaurant that Janie met Jim Meadows, her husband and the man she would eventually join forces with to open Don Serapio?s Mexican Restaurant. Today, the pair draws on family recipes to marinate steak and pork, smother enchiladas in cheese, and fry jumbo shrimp.
1637 Highway 66
El Reno,
OK
US
For tasty Mexican fare, Oklahoma City's Mama Roja is hard to top. Dieters beware — Mama Roja does not offer low-fat cuisine. The bar at Mama Roja is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer. Enjoy the cool summer breezes on Mama Roja's seasonally available outdoor seating. Mama Roja can easily accommodate large groups or parties. Up for grabs (and free of charge) is Mama Roja's wifi. No need for a wardrobe change when you hit Mama Roja — it's strictly casual. Catering services are also available. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go. Mama Roja provides easy access to an adjacent lot. Mama Roja's mid-priced fare will typically cost you about $30 per person or less.
9219 Lake Hefner Pkwy
Oklahoma City,
OK
US
In 1926, a Mexican immigrant named Adelaida Cuellar—now affectionately referred to as "Mama"—set up a tiny stand at a county fair outside Dallas, selling homemade tamales and chili con queso. The spicy specialties soon drew throngs of hungry patrons, and by 1940, she and her 12 children had transformed the stand into a café. Today, her legacy lives on at El Chico's many locations, where the staff rolls fresh tortillas into steaming enchiladas and salts the rims of towering margaritas. Waiters hoist platters of Tex-Mex favorites such as spicy beef burritos, crispy tacos, and guacamole prepared right at the table from fresh, self-puréeing avocados—a technology Mama never could have imagined during the early days of black-and-white tomatoes.
2501 W Memorial Rd
Oklahoma City,
OK
US
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