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Baja Mexican Cantina


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest, Californian - Price: $7 to $12

111 Dartmouth St, Back Bay

Serves California Mexican food rather than “authentic” Mexican, but does so with spirit and skill.... READ MORE

Boca Grande Taqueria


Cuisine: Mexican, Mexican/Southwest

1728 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge

Burritos & Tacos To Go!


Cuisine: Food Stand, Mexican/Southwest - Price: $, to

145 Dartmouth St, Boston

This tiny take-out stand just inside the Dartmouth train station offers delicious, fresh Mexican food... READ MORE

Cactus Club Restaurant & Bar


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest

939 Boylston Street, Back Bay

Cantina La Mexicana


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $

247 Washington St, East Somerville

The baby sister of Taqueria La Mexicana has got ambiance to spare. Cheery Southwestern hues,... READ MORE

The Cottage


Cuisine: American, Mexican/Southwest, Southwestern - Price: $17 to $32

47 Boylston St, Boston

Cal-Mex meets New England in the Chestnut Hill Mall. Comfortable restaurant with tasty staples like... READ MORE

Dorado Tacos & Cemitas


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $, to

401 Harvard St, Brookline

The cemita is a complicated sandwich that layers your meat of choice, black beans, chipotle... READ MORE

El Centro


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest

472 Shawmut Ave., South End

Chef/owner Allan Rodriguez is actually from Mexico, specifically Sonora, and his intimate restaurant is likely... READ MORE

Fajitas & 'Ritas


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest

25 West St, #1, Boston

Fajitas & 'Ritas prides itself on providing cheap eats (and drinks) in a cheerful, colorful... READ MORE

La Frontera


Cuisine: Salvadorean, Mexican/Southwest

290 Bennington St, Boston

This a humble Eastie storefront offers a long menu of home-cooked Salvadoran and Mexican dishes,... READ MORE

Lolita Cocina and Tequila Bar


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $$, $9 to $32

271 Dartmouth St, Back Bay

More than 200 tequilas make up the tequila menu, which is designed to educate and... READ MORE

Lone Star Taco Bar


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest

479 Cambridge St, Allston-Brighton

Deep Ellum is finally expanding to encompass the open space next door. The sister establishment... READ MORE

Mija Cantina & Tequila Bar


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest

1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston

The Painted Burro


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest

219 Elm St, West Somerville

Papagayo Mexican Kitchen and Tequila Bar


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $$, $8 to $18

283 Summer St, Boston

Comfortable, large, and competent restaurant with a gazillion kinds of tequila and a few draft... READ MORE

Patrons Mexican Kitchen


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest

139 Brighton Ave, Allston-Brighton

Sol Azteca


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest

914 A Beacon St, Kenmore-BU

The area’s best Mexican restaurant, admittedly not a very competitive honor. READ MORE

T-Rex Taqueria


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $

6 Cypress St, Brookline

While this isn't the most authentic of taco joints around, the fresh, quality ingredients make... READ MORE

Tacos el Charro


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $2 to $12

349 Centre St, Jamaica Plain-Roslindale

Mexican food served with an authentically large quantity of beans, rice, starch ... check out... READ MORE

Taquería Jalisco


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $

291 Bennington St, Boston

The unquestionable selling point of this taqueria are their tacos (at only $1.75 each.) Double-layered... READ MORE

Temazcal Tequila Cantina


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $$, $16 to $32

250 Northern Ave, Waterfront

Traditional, gourmet Mexican fare with Mayan, Aztec, and Yucatan influences, plus a selection of 300... READ MORE

Trini's Mexican Grill


Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $, to

485 Arsenal St, Watertown

A hidden gem in the Arsenal Mall food court, Trini's serves up fresh, really tasty,... READ MORE

Zocalo Cocina Mexicana

1 1 Stars

Cuisine: Mexican/Southwest - Price: $$, $13 to $24

35 Stanhope St, Back Bay

This is a fairly unusual Mexican restaurant for Boston: the familiar food is better than... READ MORE

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With specialty retail outlets in Davis Square and Coolidge Corner, York, Maine–based WHEN PIGS FLY BAKERY produces a couple dozen varieties of slow-baked artisanal breads, mostly

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