Serves premium Black Angus Texas beef, all natural chicken and pork, and wild-caught fish from a revamped menu. You can't go wrong with shredded pork enchiladas in mole poblano, or Chile Relleno del Mar, which contains all manner of sea life in a creamy sauce.
Here, start off with the sopa de mariscos – it's like the entire sea was pureed into your bowl – and then dig into the crab-nificent enchiladas.
A Jarocho is a resident of Veracruz, so you'll find specialties from this Mexican state here. You'll also find tuna empanadas in your basket of chips.
Crazed traffic from the nearby flea market notwithstanding, this is a great place to sample ceviche tostadas or tilapia tacos with chile-accented mayonnaise while watching Mexican soap operas on the big TV.
If you're out early, swing by for breakfast tacos starting at 7am. It's either the solid Tex-Mex complemented by the bottomless salsa bar or the pitchers of frozen margaritas that draw them in for lunch and dinner.
This happy marriage of quality and affordability boasts a menu that will challenge you to choose from exceptionally good entrées, like red-chile mole and Oaxacan-style tortilla soup.
With a grade of "A" for the chile relleno, you should feel adventurous for the rest of the menu. For fans of dishes made with the corn fungus huitlacoche, this place is a must.
Its big sister, Curra's Grill, is known for solid interior cuisine, and fans will find many familiar menu items. You'll also find 20 beers on tap, hamburgers, and an amphitheater.
Fresh and healthfully prepared yet authentic Interior Mexican food is served in a colorful, clean, kid-friendly atmosphere. Excellent salsas. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The tomatillo and poblano salsas are fresh, and the guacamole is some of the best in town. Try corn relish and green salad on for sides.
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