Food Paradise: Mexican Food Paradise Pictures

From sizzling, juicy fajitas in Texas, to spicy, belly-warming tamales in San Diego and piping-hot chimichangas in Arizona, Travel Channel is serving up a mouthwatering fiesta of flavors.

El Indio

Countless Mexican restaurants call San Diego home, but when you’re searching for the ultimate Mexican food, go no further than El Indio. This restaurant serves up a triple threat of tamales, taquitos and tortillas that have made them world famous!

El Indio

Don’t fill up too much on these corn-alicious creations, because El Indio also boasts a tenacious taquito. In fact, they invented this north-of-the-border Mexican specialty!

El Indio

The third jewel in El Indio’s culinary crown is their tasty corn tortilla -- every last one is cooked fresh daily.

Yuca's Taco Hut

Rising up from a parking lot in the busy Los Feliz, CA, neighborhood is a small taco stand that’s big on flavor -- Yuca’s Taco Hut.

Yuca's Taco Hut

All of Yuca’s tacos -- from cochinita pibil to carne asada to machaca and carnets -- are handmade and topped with Yuca’s special salsa.

El Charro Café

Make sure to take in the serene setting of El Charro's festive patio in Tucson, AZ.

El Charro Café

The Carne Seca is served with re-fried beans, rice, queso and cactus -- a classic Mexican side. Once this delicioso dish is plated and ready to go, it’s a fiesta of flavor!

El Charro Café

The famous Carne Seca is also served Italian style, on a large tortilla like a pizza.

Bone Garden Cantina

The meals at Bone Garden Cantina in Atlanta, GA, are so genuinely Mexican that you could stamp “Hecho en Mexico” on each savory plate.

Bone Garden Cantina

This oasis of enchiladas, tamales and tacos is the brainchild of Kristen and Michael Benoit -- a married couple from Los Angeles who brought a passion for Mexican folk art and authentic south-of-the border foods to the southeast.

Guelaguetza’s

The signature mole negro from Guelaguetza’s in Los Angeles, CA, starts with ingredients that come straight from Oaxaca.

Guelaguetza’s

While many Oaxacan restaurants serve only one or 2different moles, Guelaguetza makes all 7 of the Mexican state’s traditional sauces. And those looking for a more complete sampling can order the Festival de Moles.

Tomasita’s Burritos Grande

After just one bite of Tomasita’s Burritos Grandes in Santa Fe, NM, you’ll see why local food critics have named them the best New Mexican cuisine in the city!

Tomasita’s Burritos Grande

What really sets Tomasita’s Burritos Grandes apart is the red and green chile sauces that smother each burrito.

Joe T. Garcia's

Brothers Joe and Lanny Lancart oversee this 1200-seat sprawling hacienda in Fort Worth, TX, that’s continually packed with hungry patrons.

Joe T. Garcia's

Joe T. Garcia's in Fort Worth, TX, serves up simple but sensational food.

Joe T. Garcia's

Don't forget to finish your meal at Joe T's with an authentic and delicious dessert