20 "Mexican" Restaurants in Austin.
Rosita's is our favorite al pastor taco in Austin, and maybe the world. Hit it for breakfast, if you know what's good for you.
Veracruz in East Austin makes the hands-down the greatest migas taco we’ve ever tasted. You won't be mad at the quesadillas, either.
If you’re looking for an awesome dining experience that’s not outwardly trendy, and you don’t mind dropping money for it, Fonda San Miguel is the place.
We don't use the term 'legit' often, but there's no other way to describe Tamale House East. Hit it for the breakfast tacos and best migas in town.
A classic Austin Tex-Mex establishment that's one of our favorite places for queso and margs.
Curra’s exists in a class with other local mainstays Maudie's and Gueros, operating on a platform of old Austin nostalgia, margaritas, and queso.
Matt’s El Rancho, home to the famous Bob Armstrong queso dip, is as classic Tex-Mex as it gets.
ATX Cocina downtown has one of the longest tequila and mezcal lists in the city and serves some great Mexican food.
Joann’s Fine Foods is an all day spot in the lobby of the Austin Motel on South Congress with a big menu and a very cool space.
Suerte is an upscale Mexican spot on East Sixth that makes their own masa and is one of the most exciting new spots in Austin.
Julio’s is a low-key Mexican spot in Hyde Park that serves great roast chicken and margaritas.
El Chile has three things that no other spot on Manor has: strong margaritas, puffy tacos, and a big patio.
In addition to actually good Mexican food, Licha’s on East Sixth has a great patio and solid drinks.