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Question Tex-Mex Cuisine....

My daughter, Son-in-law and some friends will be going to Southern USA in May- June 2019.

To include Texas in the trip...


They like Tex-Mex.


Looking for some recommendations......

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When they say it's hot down there they usually mean it's their version of hot, not everyone else's version of hot.
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So true, Chuck. Tex-mex ain't hot. Nor is it highly seasoned. Being a lover of south of the border food, I'm not impressed with Tex-Mex. Pretty bland for my tastes.

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James, I like Mercado Juarez for a sit down meal. Rosa's Cafe is pretty good too. If they like BBQ I recommend Spring Creek Barbecue. All three are franchises and are probably found in most larger cities in Texas.

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We have several Mexican restaurants in town and their menus have about 98% of the same thing. I have been to NM, AZ, CA, San Antonio, Dallas-Fort Worth and a bunch of other places. The best one was in Yuma AZ, in an old gas station. They had things Dad and I never heard of! FWIW, I was in Modesto, CA several years ago. In driving around the city, I was surprised to see so many Taco Bell restaurants! Really?
Many people think that Mexican food is highly seasoned, i. e., hot. It's what you put on it. A few things can have the spices inside.
Read an item about Mexican food- said that the burrito was "invented" in the 1920s. Not an authentic Mexican dish...but they are good!
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