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Mexican in Houston

  • La Fisheria
    4705 Inker St. | Heights

    La Fisheria is not Tex-Mex, nor is it like any other Mexican you've had in Houston: Chef Aquiles Chavez makes modern, upscale Mexican food that's heavy on the coastal influences of his home state... More on La Fisheria »

  • Churrascos
    2055 Westheimer | Lower Shepherd-Kirby

    At this fabulous Cordúa brothers enterprise, it's easy to revel in the signature charcoal-grilled tenderloins, garlicky chimichurri sauce, plantains and extracurricular vegetables. Churrascos's... More on Churrascos »

  • Gorditas Aguascalientes
    6102 Bissonnet St. | Outer Loop - SW

    The tacos at Gorditas Aguascalientes are sensational. All are prepared with fresh handmade flour tortillas. The taco de carne deshebrada (shredded meat), topped with lots of hot sauce, is the one... More on Gorditas Aguascalientes »

  • Tacos A Go-Go
    3704 Main St. | Downtown/ Midtown

    The shrine to Our Lady surrounded by bright jalapeño lights should give you an idea about Midtown's Tacos A Go-Go. It's a funky cantina with a colorful decor serving cheap and tasty breakfast... More on Tacos A Go-Go »

  • Irma's
    22 N. Chenevert St. | Downtown/ Midtown

    This Mexican plate-lunch spot keeps accreting like some whimsical downtown coral reef. Savor the irrepressible Irma Galvan's burgeoning decor, politically wired clientele and enormously comforting... More on Irma's »

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  • Mexico's Deli Tortas & Tacos
    2374 Dairy Ashford Rd. | Memorial

    Alex Garcia, the owner of Mexico's Deli, has literally transplanted a Mexico City taquería to Dairy Ashford. And he hasn't compromised his recipes to gringo tastes. It's a place to go for great... More on Mexico's Deli Tortas & Tacos »

  • Larry's Original Mexican Restaurant
    116 Highway 90A | Outside Houston

    The food at this Tex-Mex time capsule in Richmond seems indistinguishable from the fare at dozens of more conveniently located Mexican joints -- until you dig into the old-fashioned cheese... More on Larry's Original Mexican Restaurant »

  • Hugo's
    1600 Westheimer Rd. | Montrose

    Owner/chef Hugo Ortega has become a Houston legend alongside wife and restaurateur Tracy Vaught - who also operates Prego, Trevisio and Backstreet Cafe - and their longtime sommelier, Sean Beck.... More on Hugo's »

  • TQLA
    4601 Washington Ave. | Heights

    The 170 different tequilas, plus eight varieties on tap chilled to five degrees and an owner who is a tequilier (yes, you heard right), might make you think this is only a bar. But TQLA on... More on TQLA »

  • Taqueria La Macro
    1822 N. Main St., Ste B | Heights

    One of the few Mexican restaurants in town with its own trompo out on display, Taqueria La Macro specializes in tacos al trompo -- pork cooked al pastor-style with a pineapple dripping down onto... More on Taqueria La Macro »

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