This may be a bar providing Alamo Drafthouse moviegoers with a new foraging alternative, but Chef John Bullington's snacky menu includes interpretations of classic Mexican street food, such as N.Y. Strip alambras and a giant Sonoran hot dog. Brunch is exciting as well, what with tangy avocado tomatilla sauces, and poblanos in the chichimigas.
Try this Lubbock-based chain for both traditional Tex-Mex and adventurous Interior Mexican offerings.
Reasonably priced Mexican cuisine and a relaxed setting make this a great place for a quick, no-hassles meal.
Modern Mexican with a corn-forward menu. 100% gluten-free kitchen.
Offers both Tex-Mex dishes and Interior specialties such as albondigas en chipotle and enchiladas de pipian. Go with a crowd, listen to the music, and have some fun.
All of your favorites are prepared fresh every day. Stick to the enchiladas and tacos.
offers a wide selection of traditional Tex-Mex favorites as well as an enticing array of Interior Mexican dishes. The cabrito is worth a return visit.
This tiny restaurant serves tasty Mexican home cooking in a cozy, no-frills atmosphere. Not to be missed are the tacos doblados and the fabulous homemade flan. No liquor, but you can BYOB.
The kitchen whips up handmade corn tortillas while you sip avocado margaritas. Don't miss the chile rellenos with pecan cream sauce, or for breakfast, the huevos machacado.
You'll find real Mexican food, real corn tortillas, and real Mexican Cokes, all at a reasonable price. Try the birria lamb and the perfect picadillo.
A little-known jewel serves a mix of Interior Mexican and more conventional Mexican fare. The tastes are authentic, the prices are very reasonable, and the portions are huge.
Offers traditional Interior Mexican cuisine, including several gluten-free choices. Much of the produce comes from their own garden or local farms. Eggs and chickens come to the table from Vital Farms. Try the Angels on Horseback, or just show up for the famous Sunday brunch.
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