When it comes to eating cheap, fast Mexican food in downtown Phoenix, there’s at least one option on every corner, so what is it that sets Antonio’s apart from the pack? If you’re cruising through the drive-thru, the guy or gal taking your order will never discriminate when you pull up on two non-motorized wheels. Don’t have a vehicle, not even a bike – who cares? Walk through the outdoor queue at Antonio’s Mexican Food 24 hours a day to pick up as many tacos, enchiladas, burritos, and tostadas as you can carry back home, or to the secret after-hours party that your friend just texted you an invite to. Sure, Antonio’s is pretty much a clone of the ubiquitous Filiberto’s chain, so nothing on the menu is going to blow your mind, but it will fill you up and keep you drinking and dancing long into the night or early morning.
Fast-food joints like to get their dictator on whenever a non-automobile attempts to order at the drive-thru. Not so at Antonio's, which won't discriminate against folks who roll up on two wheels. Basically a Filiberto's clone, this spot on 16th and Roosevelt streets serves bicycle-riding or walk-up customers 24 hours a day as they look to satisfy their cravings without a car. More »