Mexican Restaurants in Spokane

Though only a few hours away from Canada, visitors to Spokane will delight in the dozens of Mexican restaurants ready to transport taste buds south of the border.
The myriad of options represents everything from a seafood or vegetarian focus to traditional tastes and gourmet interpretations, providing an opportunity to try a different twist on Mexico’s inspirational cuisine until you find the one to satisfy your appetite.

Bring the Family

For the Mexican classics you know and love, look no further than the many locations of Azteca Mexican Restaurant. The generous portions are matched by the huge menu with page after page of tempting entrées. A selection of veggie dishes ensures there’s an option for everyone, while

fajitas served on a sizzling skillet will impress the pickiest of eaters. The endless options even extend to a children’s menu, which gives little ones their pick of kid favorites or smaller portions from the grown-up menu.

Stay and Have a Drink

Turn your Mexican food excursion into a night on the town at Borracho Tacos & Tequila in downtown Spokane. Along with street tacos and burritos, the eatery boasts a selection of 75 different tequilas, including more than a dozen house-made, flavor-infused varieties. The plethora of tequilas are parlayed into refreshing cocktails that can be enjoyed while catching a game on the many TVs broadcasting sports year round, or dancing to live music or a DJ set. 

Take Some Home

Sometimes you discover a restaurant so good, you immediately start planning how you can take as much food as possible back home with you. This problem is solved at De Leon Foods. Along with serving up a menu of traditional dishes, this haven for Mexican cooking is also a grocery store, bakery, tortilla factory, and meat counter. Stop by and have a spicy chorizo and egg burrito for breakfast, pick from the fresh Mexican pastries, select just-made tortillas or chips to take home, enjoy a glass of agua fresca, and by the time you’ve done all that, you just might be ready to stay for lunch and take down a plate of enchiladas.

Whether you’re eating fish tacos on a patio or sipping a michelada while watching the big game, experiencing Spokane’s Mexican restaurants is a must-do for any trip to the city.

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