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Quaint downriver Mexican restaurant. Good food at low prices.
Armando's stays open until 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays (until 2 a.m. the rest of the week), and the post-bar crowd that spills over from Dearborn and downtown Detroit's clubs can choose from the regular Mexican fare-or Mexican breakfast. They roll in at 2-3 a.m., and, depending on what's happening, there can be a line outside at 3 a.m. Owner Cecilia Benedict approves of the late night crowd, and says watching buzzed patrons, churlish lovers and new friends can make it worth working late.
Where the taste of Texas meets the fun of Mexico! Sizzling fajitas!
Exciting Mexican-style restaurant.
This family owned restaurant offers authentic Mexican cuisine including chile rellenos, milanesa, and sizzling fajitas. La comida es sabrosa!
Chesley's Bar and Grille has been called the "Cheers of Downriver" 'cause everybody really does know your name. A fun, casual atmosphere makes Chesley's a good place to relax with family and friends. Try the award-winning Ground Round with fresh, never frozen beef. Chesley's has been voted Detroit’s best burger in the Detroit News' "Michigan’s Best" contest for four years running.
Chiquitas is in a 100-year old house on Milford Rd. Lunches from $3.95/Dinners from $5.95. We serve Authinic Mexican, Our Chef, Jesus, hails from Mexicantown. Chiquitas was awarded 4 stars from the Oakland Press's "Nomadic Nibbler." House Favorites are sour cream burittos and chicken or steak Tacos.
After a long run as an upscale eatery, Brian Polcyn has reinvented the Milford space as a Mexican restaurant.
Offering 11 burritos, sizzling fajitas and 46-ounce margaritas. Mexican music adds to the festive atmosphere.
Many Tex-Mex specialties with a good selection of low-fat alternatives.
Light and healthy is the motto. Hearty salads with jicama and marinated cactus. Extensive menu. Convenient to Detroit Metro airport.
El Barzón offers a variety of excellent house-made moles (MO-lays), a sauce made with chocolate that is unusually rich and fruity. The menu includes a local rarity known as pipian, a pale green sauce with an unusual nutty taste. The sauces are served over boiled chicken. The taco offerings — $1.25 for a double-wrapped corn tortilla, $2.25 for flour — also include tripe, tongue and barbecued goat alongside the more familiar offerings. Terrific soups and moles of all kinds, exceptionally friendly wait staff. No liquor license as of December 2006. Open seven days for lunch and dinner.
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