About this Business
From Our Editors
Every morning, Cachito de Mexico’s chefs rise before the sun to prepare fresh tortillas. When the clock strikes 6 a.m., the doors swing open, revealing an expansive dining room where the rising sun lights up colorful booths, red chairs, and vibrant Mexican paintings. Throughout the day, servers parade out of the kitchen, balancing the authentic dishes from the San Luis Potosí, Chihuahua, and Jalisco regions that have won the restaurant praise from gastronomes from the San Antonio Express-News. The red, green, and mole enchiladas even won Best Enchilada from Conexión magazine in 2007. Dishes pair with towering glasses of fruity margaritas, frozen cocktails, and imported beers. Outside, tables shaded by red umbrellas speckle the patio, and cars line up before the drive-through window. On Friday and Saturday, live musicians and mariachis serenade diners, sparing customers the inconvenience of providing their own dinner entertainment by trying to swallow their butter knife.