Whether you like your chile red or green, Voice Places is your guide to Tex-Mex cuisine in Dallas / Fort Worth. Thanks to dozens of professional and user reviews, it’s easy to tell whose frijoles are truly cool beans, and our listings are searchable by restaurant name or neighborhood.
There are two tribes in the world of tacos. There are the steadfast purists who prefer things simple, who value well-cooked, well-seasoned meat inside a double corn... More »
This tiny area chain, co-founded by Espartaco Borga in 1993, is a health-conscious bargain muncher's paradise. None of the menu items is more than $10. The kitchen goes to... More »
Mexico native Jorge Levy opened his Tex-Mex hall in 1976 to great applause. The applause continues. The barely altered menu has much to do with it. Among the items... More »
The folks at the Dallas Observer are relieved and grateful that our favorite Deep Ellum lunch spot has reopened in bigger, sweeter digs a few... More »
Every bit as good as the original Addison location, possibly better, and in much more stylish surroundings. As always, we enjoyed the flawless tomatillo and... More »
A homey neighborhood joint with a huge Tex-Mex and Taxco-Mex menu that's found quite a following, and with good reason. For starters--along with the usual chips and... More »
This family-owned restaurant, the progeny of the venerable Matt's Famous El Rancho in Austin, is a vast indoor and outdoor space. The giant two-level... More »
While owner Gloria Rubio is Salvadoran, she certainly knows she's in the Lone Star State and knows that most of us have a special place in our stomachs for Mexican and... More »
All of the plaques on the wall bespeak busier, better days: citations in the Observer's annual Best of Dallas issue for best chips and salsa, inclusion in... More »
It's been said that nothing good comes from someone or something named Chuy. This Tex-Mex restaurant chain nips that adage in the bud. Decorated in bright colors and... More »
At 2 a.m. on a recent Saturday, the intersection of Knox Street, Henderson Avenue and Central Expressway was a tangled mess of cars and tipsy foot traffic. That's often the case late on the weekends. Sissy's, Victor Tangos and Hibiscus all stop serving plates before midnight, but The Dram, The Old Monk and Vickery Park keep loosening their customers' inhibitions with shots of Jameson and...
It was a small, unassuming, black plastic dish I might have overlooked had it not come with an ominous warning. My waiter was very clear. Be careful, this is spicy, he warned the table. The salsa was dark greenish-brown and flecked with the black blistered skins of deeply roasted habanero chilies. I ignored the warning and dove in with a crisp tortilla chip.
Sweetness. The first...
I reached down to my right, pulled the small plastic lever, pushed back in my seat and moaned. We were puttering down U.S. 75 in a tinny Honda hybrid, three men on a mission.
I felt an intense pressure emanating deep from within, and hoped that reclining my seat would create some much-needed real estate between my quickly expanding midsection and my quickly tightening belt. I was...
Rude unhelpful staff with first time visitor, food looked like a 7 year old playing in the kitchen made it. No one in my party would eat the queso on a dare, food was over seasoned and nasty.Read Full Review
$3 dollar wells on Wednesdays nights.Read Full Review
I lived in the neighborhood a year before I realized this wasn't a biker bar but rather an AWESOME mexican restuarant. Oh yeah and they make good margaritas too.Read Full Review
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