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Their tacos are a sensation, especially the signature Carne Adobo with grilled steak marinated in guajillo chile, crushed red pepper and garlic, all topped with cilantro and onion.
1425 Ellsworth Industrial Blvd, Ste 6
Atlanta, GA 30318
Guests can chow down on all-you-can-eat enchilada and taco platters while their eyes feast on puppet shows, animal trainers, mariachi bands and even cliff jumpers.
6715 West Colfax Ave
Lakewood, CO 80214
El Charro is an Arizona landmark that has been family-run since 1922, serving the traditional Sonoran classics the same way they did 90 years ago, as well as an ever-changing menu of innovative new dishes.
311 N Court Ave
Tucson, AZ 85701
Founded in 1940 by Ralph Pesqueira Sr., El Indio started out as a tortilla factory, but became a world-famous restaurant with their delicious Sonora-style Mexican dishes.
3695 India St
San Diego, CA 92103
One Mexican specialty that has caught on in recent years is the chocolate-based mole, and at Guelaguetza, mole is a specialty. The Mole Negro con Pollo is a dark mole served with chicken, which they call "the king of all moles."
3014 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90006
Everything’s bigger in Texas – even the restaurants. This enduringly popular Cowtown Tex-Mex institution can seat over 1,000 customers in their hacienda-style setting.
2201 N Commerce St
Fort Worth, TX 76106
Their motto is to keep it simple, which starts with the Santa Fe atmosphere and a relaxing environment when patrons can enjoy a meal with friends and family.
500 S Guadalupe St
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Yuca’s Taco Hut may appear to be just a little stand in the middle of a parking lot, but the outstanding food served from this humble local joint has made Yuca’s a community landmark.
2056 Hillhurst Ave
Los Angeles, CA