West Virginia June 28, 2016
10 More Restaurants in West Virginia to Get Mexican Food That Will Blow Your Mind
Mexico may be 2,000 miles away, but you can still get a good authentic meal here in West Virginia. You might even feel like you’re south of the border. We
previously mentioned some great Mexican restaurants in West Virginia. Here are a few more popular locations for Mexican food from all around the Mountain State.
1. Black Bear Burritos, Morgantown
This popular spot brews their own variety of stout beer. They also source ingredients from local farmers. Black Bear even hosts free live music most nights of the week.
2. Viva Mexico, Inwood
The owner, Rosa, is passionate about sharing her recipes with all her guests.
3. Tortilla Factory, Barboursville
The Tortilla Factory has an extensive menu with creative twists on traditional flavors. They also have a shop with toys, candy, and artwork for sale.
4. Mi Degollado, Charles Town and Shepherdstown
A local favorite in both locations, Mi Degollado has been making all their food in their own kitchens since 1999.
5. Maria's Taqueria, Shepherdstown
This little shop provides many of their ingredients from within the same county. They also often have live music.
6. Mi Cocina de Amor, Charleston
Mi Cocina serves dishes from the Sonora region of Mexico. The food is made from recipes that have been handed down for generations. In addition to the fantastic food, you can also enjoy live jazz music on Saturdays.
7. Ortega's Taco Shop, Ranson
Ortega's has incredible Taco Tuesday deals, and quick service.
8. Rosemary's Thyme, Kingwood
Rosemary's Thyme recently moved into the Preston Country Club. This beautiful location draws loyal fans even from nearby cities with their friendly service and great food.
9. El Rey, Fairmont and Clarksburg
El Rey features comforting traditional favorites. You can also have guacamole made right at your table while you watch!
10. Tampico Mexican Restaurant, Parkersburg
You can fill up here without emptying your wallet. Enjoy the authentic Mexican flavors, and treat yourself with a variety of margaritas. Finish it all off with the perfect dessert of fried ice cream.
These all look so delicious. If Mexican food isn’t your thing, check out some of the most
highly-rated restaurants of all types in West Virginia.