When you walk into Bartaco, you’ll be struck by beauty; both that of the restaurant and the clientele. There is no doubt that this is a place to see and be seen.
Tin Lizzy’s has taken traditional TexMex and upgraded the terminology to one that evokes more flair.
La Parrilla is the spot where guacamole is created table-side, fajitas are served hot off the grill and enchiladas are covered with their signature sauce, white queso. There is something for everyone at this colorful Mexican joint so Atlanta Eats had to dig in and try the best they have to offer.
Inspired by la dia de los muertos, Bone Garden Cantina is reviving West Midtown.
Few things say “fresh” quite like a good taco does, and that’s what Taqueria del Sol offers.
So much more than just outstanding tacos!
Takorea’s unique fusion of Korean and Mexican flavors is unconventional in the best way possible.
Alma Cocina brings a new approach to contemporary Latin and Mexican cuisine and a whole lot of spice to the heart of downtown Atlanta.
Cabo Cantina, located in the heart of Buckhead, has all the classics a Mexican lover could ask for with the freshest ingredients…not to mention a banging selection of margaritas and cocktails.
Serving up classic Mexican dishes, Nuevo Laredo wows diners with everything you could possibly want in, on, or near a tortilla.
Tacos, and margaritas, and queso..oh my! From the guys behind Fifth Group Restaurants, we get a taste of Mexico in The Virginia Highlands.
Bell Street Burritos is the perfect stop after you walk the Beltline from Piedmont Park to the Old Fourth Ward.
Located off of Collier Road in Atlanta, Hankook specializes in Korean bbq tacos made fresh to order for a line that regularly extends out the front door.
Ticket sales are now up and running for the BBQ/Mexican event of the season- Foxeria del Sol! If you’re a fan of Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q and Taqueria del Sol, want to give back to a wonderful organization, enjoy craft beer and cocktails, and can get down to some funky music, it’s time to get your […]
If you happen to be in Fairburn during the 350 days of the year when the Atlanta Renaissance Festival isn’t open, you’re going to need to find some place to eat. That place should be Taqueria Iztacchihuatl.
Next time you are looking for a place to eat in the Norcross/Peachtree Corners area, you could do worse than to stop by Taqueria Del Mar and renew your faith in taqueria cuisine.
When you think about great Tex-Mex, your mind might not automatically head out east of the city to Conyers. But it should.
At Las Flores you’ll find some of the best south of the border food in the metro area, with a distinct soul food twist. In this Conyers taverna, you’re going to find things on the menu that you just don’t find at other places.
Taquería La Oaxaqueña serves some of the best Mexican food you will find. While you’re in Jonesboro, check out the largest permanent museum dedicated to a classic Georgia movie.
There is something to be said about a place that is so confident in the fact its food will blow you away, that they don’t even change the décor from the restaurant that was located in the spot before them.