El Catrin is the best place to go if you’re experiencing a craving of the Mexican munchies. This restaurant is a perfect example of Mexican cuisine fused with (very historic) Toronto culture. The Distillery District has been a home to...
From the boys that brought you the under-cool Biiru Izakaya, comes a new Mexican spot that’s about to spice up downtown Montreal. Escondite is set to open tomorrow and buzz is already heating up about this new taqueria and tequila hideout.
The Mexican/Latin-American trend keeps growing in the city, and since it's winter and spice seems to be one of the only ways we can stay warm, we had to make this week’s poll about crowning Montreal’s king of Mexican food.
The Mexican crusade continues in Vancouver with the opening of a new authentic joint, Chihuahua’s. Full of fire, the new restaurant is setting up shop on Seymour near Pender, bringing the flavours of Mexico to the downtown core. Tequila and tacos, anyone?
Winter is coming which means one thing: comfort food. To get your belly thinking warm and fuzzy thoughts, we complied a list of our favorite Mexican food joints around the city to help you combat those winter blues with some flavor and spice.
It doesn't take long to get a grasp of Andres Marquez's enthusiasm for contributing to the greater good of society – and tequila. Here's how both drove him to open Toronto's beloved Mexican hot spot Fonda Lola and where he sees himself in five years
And the winner is: Tequila. After one week and hundreds and hundreds of votes, we can only assume that Notable readers care as much about their liquid meals as they do their traditional food-filled ones. Here's what you, Notable readers, think Toronto's best Mexican restaurant is
Are we including atmosphere or just heading there for flavour? How much does a margarita mean to you? What’s your take on a taco joint that only does, well, tacos? One thing, however, to keep in mind, is that it needs to be a restaurant – as in, there has to be at least one table where you can sit and enjoy your meal
You’re going to start seeing tacos differently. King West (220 King St. W. to be exact) is soon to be home to yet another Mexican eatery – only this time, we’re going to use words like fine and dining to tell you about it
Since it opened last month, El Caballito has become an after-work hotspot for Toronto young professionals (YPs). Primarily a tequila bar, El Caballito (which means the little horse in Spanish) offers a refreshing new option to its neighbouring tired, tourist-filled spots in the heart of theatre district and to the suit-saturated venues to the east