Veracruz All Natural, helmed by sisters Reyna and Maritza Vazquez, has mastered both the Mexican restaurant and the taco trailer. Universally beloved for their migas and al pastor, their trailers (located on Cesar Chavez and at Radio Coffee) set themselves apart from Austin’s other taco trucks thanks to super fresh ingredients and little additions like housemade chips and juices. Their loyal following carries through to their brick-and-mortar locations in North Austin, Round Rock, and downtown Austin.
If you know anything about Austin, you probably know that Mexican food here is top-notch. No, we’re not talking about Tex-Mex (although it’s stellar), we’re talking authentic Mex-Mex. From food trucks to fine-dining, the best Mexican restaurants in Austin bring lucky patrons the full scope of the cuisine — you’ll find dishes like ceviche, mole, broiled fish, goat soup, duck enmoladas, and a slew of specialties you probably haven’t even tried yet (but will no doubt try again and again).
Of course, there’s nothing wrong with a craving something familiar; we’ve included the best tacos in Austin along with the top burritos and enchiladas, too. What about drinks, you ask? Well, it wouldn’t be Texas without a cool and refreshing margarita, and you’ll find plenty of them right here in Austin.
Ready to eat? Here’s our list of the best Mexican restaurants in Austin.
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