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    Los Tios Grill

    Del Ray Tex Mex Salvadorean Food Restaurant – Los Tios Grill – For the best fajitas, outdoor dining, daiquiris and pina colada drinks, and authentic El Salvadorean food

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    El Paso Mexican Restaurant

    “Best Mexican restaurant in Alexandria. Remember to sit in the bar area to enjoy the great Happy Hour deals

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    Blue Agave Restaurant

    Specializing in Southwestern and traditional Mexican cuisines, and a large selection of tequilas. Includes menu, map, and recipes.

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    Talara

    Raw with a Twist. Maybe you are like me:
    you love fresher than
    fresh fish but are getting
    tired of the same old sushi. You like
    tapas menus for their portion size but
    Mediterranean cuisine doesnt excite
    you anymore. Then you are ready for
    TALARA, a Nuevo Latino Bistro in
    Harbor East. An enticing seviche bar
    where a warm South Beach art deco
    interior, modern South American
    cuisine, colorful mojitos and hot salsa
    rhythms combine to create the hottest
    happy hour in Baltimore.

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    Mari Luna

    The newest of the Mari Luna family of restaurants, the Bistro brings authentic Mexican food to the city?s cultural district. Highlights of the menu include seven styles of guacamole, each served in a traditional stone mortar called a molcajete, extensive taco offerings made with fresh corn tortillas, and house made white and red sangria. The basement Luna Lounge features parties.

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    El Salvador Restaurant

    Authentic foods of El Salvador, Peru and Mexico all homemade and prepared fresh daily.

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    Tortilleria Sinaloa

    Our food is gluten free, and all menu items are made from scratch from the freshest ingredients!

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    Arcos Meson Tequila bar

    As you pass through the sun-lit arched corridor to the hidden open-air courtyard of Arcos Restaurant, you immediately feel transported from the working streets of Fells Point to a corner cafe somewhere in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. The courtyard is filled with terra cotta pots overflowing with aromatic garden herbs set on slabs of historic marble; the walls are adorned with an eclectic collection of hand-carved wooden figures, countless framed photos of Mexicos most famous citizens, and a painted tile mosaic of The Virgin of Guadalupe. Somehow, the street noise from nearby Broadway seems to drift away as your ears begin to focus on the sounds of Mexican Ranchera music blowing in the breeze. As your eyes dash from one visual interest to the next, you wonder why you never noticed this place before.