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Jimmy’s Tequila and Carnes

Located in Doraville, Jimmy’s Tequila and Carnes fuses Mexican food with the idea of a traditional steakhouse. As the name hints, this restaurant specializes in Tequila. In fact, they have co-branded a Tequila with the help of Tequila experts in Jalisco and Mexico City. This Tequila is packed with natural and organic flavors, and is then fermented on a private ranch. Additionally, they have a large selection of beer, wine, and cocktails that are perfect to sip on as guests watch sporting events on one of their numerous wall-to-wall screens. Their menu consists of classic Mexican cuisine such as empanadas, nachos, and guacamole. However, they also have various steak and seafood options. Each week, they host special events such as comedy shows or musical performances, so everytime you step into Jimmy’s you can experience something new.

Highlights

32 oz Tomahawk

Jimmy’s describes this dish “so good it should be a crime.” This 32 ounce Tomahawk steak is perfectly seasoned and grilled, and served with grilled corn, jalapenos, sausage, rice, and beans.

Jimmy’s describes this dish “so good it should be a crime.” This 32 ounce Tomahawk steak is perfectly seasoned and grilled, and served with grilled corn, jalapenos, sausage, rice, and beans.

Mexican Burger 

This burger is no ordinary burger. This dish at Jimmy’s is their Mexican burger, with a patty made up of beef and pork, and served with ham, cheese, bacon, avocado, tomato, onions, lettuce, and grilled jalapeno on top. And of course, fries on the side.

This burger is no ordinary burger. This dish at Jimmy’s is their Mexican burger, with a patty made up of beef and pork, and served with ham, cheese, bacon, avocado, tomato, onions, lettuce, and grilled jalapeno on top. And of course, fries on the side.

Piña Rey 

This seafood dish is called Pina Rey, which translates to pineapple king. Pineapple is stuffed with costena mix and covered in heavy cream and cheese.

 

This seafood dish is called Pina Rey, which translates to pineapple king. Pineapple is stuffed with costena mix and covered in heavy cream and cheese.