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Macayo’s Mexican Restaurant
VILLAHERMOSA, Mexico - Hungry and dehydrated victims of one of the worst floods in Mexico's history scrambled for government packages of food and medicine, while at least 20,000 people remained trapped Monday on the rooftops of homes swallowed by water.
Let’s just cut to the chase: Cantina Laredo is one of the best restaurants I’ve eaten at this year.
I want Mexican for lunch. My co-worker wants Chinese. Fortunately, we both can get what we want at Chino Bandido Takee-Outee. The super-casual Chandler restaurant features one of the East Valley’s most unusual “fusion” menus.
Los Dos Molinos
260 S. Alma School Road
(480) 969-7475 or losdosmolinosmesa.com
At this long-standing and well-loved Mesa eatery, a day without chili is like a day without the sun. Its customers love the restaurant’s devotion to doing hot and spicy right — and cooling things down with Los Dos’ equally famous margaritas. The menu is full of favorites that go beyond standards like nachos and burritos, thanks to a loving infusion of New Mexican chilis — adovada ribs, garlic shrimp, fish tacos and blue corn tamales, to name a few.
1524 E. University Drive
(480) 464-8226 or backyardtaco.com
Rancho de Tia Rosa
3129 E. McKellips Road
(480) 659-8787 or ranchodetiarosa.com
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Tucked into the Forum at Gilbert Ranch on the northwest corner of Val Vista and Williams Field Road in Gilbert is Isabel’s Amor, a new mom-and-pop restaurant serving homemade Mexican food and craft cocktails.
A new Mexican restaurant that offers a mix of traditional specialties and an extensive drink menu has opened its doors for business in Gilbert.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The distinct regional tastes of New Mexico have become a huge draw for foodies, thanks to the cultural fusion of Anglo, Native, Mexican and Spanish cuisines.
El Palacio of Chandler is teaming up with Lake Havasu City’s Mudshark Brewing Company at 7 p.m. July 17 for a five-course beer pairing dinner.
Ernie Serrano Sr., patriarch of the Serrano’s Mexican Food restaurants family, died Friday of bone cancer. He was 79. The Serranos lay claim to operating the oldest, continuous family-owned business in Chandler, having opened its doors in 1919.
This story is for all the adventurous (some say insane) people out there who never judge a restaurant by its outside — or inside, for that matter.
DOWNTOWN DESTINATION: Vintage car owners and enthusiasts, clockwise from bottom left, Jim Nesbit, Bill “Bubba” Upchurch, Geoff Hogue, Ron Boatman, Arleen Morckel and Bonnie Brenner enjoy food and beverages at Mangos on Main Street in downtown Mesa in June.
Miguel Martinez, a 14-year-old orphan, bowled only once before, but he knows the game’s etiquette.
ADDRESS: 20221 N. 67th Ave., Glendale, in the Legends Shopping Center on the northeast corner of 67th Avenue and Loop 101.
PHONE NUMBER: 623-376-6270.
HOURS: 11 a.m. 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
OWNERS: Jennifer and Dino Kodofakas.
CUISINE: Fast-casual Mexican.