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Casa Perico

Family owned Casa Perico began in 1996 and currently operates a catering enterprise as well as two Oklahoma City restaurant locations. (Another location in Yukon is set to open this month.) Serving an extensive and authentic Mexican menu, lunch specials are featured seven days a week. Menu options include appetizers like fried avocado and quesadillas, and traditional favorites of...

Trompudo’s Tacos

It’s all about the slow-roasted al pastor at Trompudo’s Tacos, which always provides hand-made goodies served up in your choice of vehicles, plus toppings and finishings with choices among house specialty pineapple salsas. Options include tacos with or without cheese, burritos, quesadillas and mulitas, a yummy blend of grilled cheeses on two corn tortillas, filled with al pastor and...

Ted’s Tacos and Cantina

When checking out OKC’s Ted’s Tacos and Cantina, many start with choices from the menu’s shareables, with options like guacamole salad, which includes four scoops of always-fresh guacamole with lettuce, tomatoes and cheese. Another favorite is Ted’s special sheet pan nachos with shredded cheese, queso, pico de gallo, pinto beans and toppings of house-made Southwest sauce and your choice...

Los Hermanos Tacos

Known for authentic Mexican recipes, Los Hermanos Tacos features Mexican plates like the Thursday only special: albondigas, and the daily option of hot and spicy Camarones a la Diabla – shrimp and diced ham sautéed in a la diabla sauce and served with rice, beans, a side salad and handmade corn tortillas. For a fresh, tangy taste of the...

Tarahumaras Mexican Grill

With delicacies all the way from the Mexican state of Chihuahua, Tarahumaras Mexican Grill offers authentic cuisine you’ll be hard-pressed to find elsewhere in Oklahoma. Made fresh from scratch daily, the green and red chile salsas are comprised from the chiles of Chihuahua, creating a distinctive flavor. Try rotanas, a mix of fried onions and peppers with a special...

Cafe Antigua

Everyone is family at Café Antigua, a family-owned, authentic Guatemalan restaurant serving what many say is the best coffee in Oklahoma City, along with tasty breakfast and lunch. Lunch choices include Biztek Ranchero, a pan-fried beef steak with sautéed onions and tomato, topped with egg and served with whole black beans, white rice and a house salad. Indulge your...

Dos Bandidos

There are nuances to Tex-Mex cuisine, and Dos Bandidos offers a menu curated from family and friends in southern California and Mexico. Such highlights include 15 house-crafted drinks like the Canatarito – a Jalisco tradition of tequila, orange liquor, Squirt, juices of orange and lime, served in a clay mug with a Chamoy and Tajin rim, replete with a...

A Tribute to Willie and June

“After football practice, I remember running to the restaurant, grabbing a sopapilla, ripping it open and stuffing it full of meat and sauce. Then I’d eat it like a sandwich. I’d do it all the time; that was my favorite snack ever,” says chef Kevin Nashan.  Many years later, he’d win a James Beard award, run a stable of fabulous...

Bravos Mexican Grill

The guacamole is fresh, the fajitas are sizzling and the service is friendly at Bravos Mexican Grill, a new concept of authentic Mexican cuisine in an upscale, contemporary setting. Appetizer selections include savory queso variations and tortilla chicken soup. Nachos are an entrée category all their own, with selections including fajita nacho, taquitos nacho and supreme. Ensalada choices are...

A Vibrant, Untapped Market

A foray into a Hispanic supermarket is a journey of the senses – lilting mariachi music, bright colors and the scent of fresh tortillas. One can find Salvadoran-style crema, tamarind-flavored candy and produce you can’t find anywhere else, like cactus paddles, prickly pears, calabacita (Mexican squash) and aloe leaves. Supermercados – Spanish for supermarkets – have popped up throughout Oklahoma to...