"You can not get good Mexican food anywhere north of Texas."
So said my good friend Tony when I suggested a lunch Mexican on his recent visit. Now I'm much of north Texas, being in central Massachusetts, but that's the kind of challenge that can not happen. Three hours later, stuffed belly rubbed Tortilla Sam left, voted best Mexican restaurant in Worcester for the third consecutive year. Being voted Best Mexican Restaurant a small town in the north may not seem like much – until he stood at the window at Tortilla Sam's and see the tortillas – freshly mixed and cut by hand – roll through of the steam press and take a whiff of the mole. Then you realize that this is a true Mexican cuisine. And if the Mexican food in Worcester is good enough to impress Texas, born and raised in Tony, I understand that there are great Mexican restaurants in other unexpected places, right?
I went outside consultant to the most of the way and unexpected places to find good Mexican food. My criteria and method were simple – and not foolproof. To do list, the restaurant must serve food primarily from Mexico, and should have been voted "Best Mexican restaurant in a local newspaper poll. There should be a statement authenticity in the review. If there was a comment from someone who really knows Mexican food, which gets bonus points. The list is far from exhaustive, but if you are looking for good Mexican food outside the home, may have satisfied his desire for at least one of those places are unlikely to find an authentic Mexican cuisine.
Charlotte, North Carolina
I was looking for a bowl of pinto beans and Southern barbecue in beautiful Charlotte, but if I wanted to eat Mexican head over Taqueria Las Delicias. It only took his place as number 8 in the prices of AOL CityGuide best in town, but a place that serves its tamales wrapped in corn husks and offers lesser known Mexican foods like pupusas and taquitos is going to pay a visit me when I came to Charlotte.
The house bean and clam chowder (white, thank you very much) is also home to Andale!, a small restaurant with seating for 8 at the bar. Forget the ground, slightly slurry spicy meat passes for Mexican food in most of Massachusetts, and create yourself a quesadilla from chunks of roast chicken and spicy vegetables. Fast food is Mexican their best, even if you are in Boston.
The next time I'm in Philadelphia, I skip the cheese steak and left for food Mexican. Voted best Mexican food in the Philadelphia area, Coyote Crossing in Conshohocken has all the standard gringo-Mex foods on the menu, but also … crepes Caramel house sangria.
"I can get a latte to go with the stuffed peppers? The Hog Lloron Seattle was to serve their handmade tortillas and fresh salsa for over two decades and is still making the best of lists. If Mexico is a real kitchen in front of Alaska is likely to you'll find it here.
The people of Baltimore CityPaper appreciate the irony of the appointment of a better Mexican restaurant in Baltimore. To paraphrase, is like naming the best air conditioner salesman in Antarctica. Still, dub the Mexican food at least "good" restaurant in Los Friends of Mexico and the waiters friendly. Not exactly a ringing endorsement, but if I get sick of crab cakes in Baltimore, I know where to go.
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