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Aholloway
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Hello everyone, I have a friend who lives in Ann Arbor who has never been to Mexican Town in Detroit. I told her in Mexican Town you can find some of the best Mexican Cuisine in Michigan. Unfortunately I have not eaten at many restaurants in Mexican town to give her a list of places to try. Can anyone assist me with a list of the best restaurants in Mexican town. Also where is Mexican Town exactly located?
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Haydenth
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Xochimilicos is my favorite.

Here's a google map:

http://maps.google.com/maps?f= l&hl=en&q=Xochimilco%27s&near= Detroit&ll=42.329235,-83.07449 3&spn=0.032615,0.081882&om=1
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I was just going to post that you not go to Xochimilicos. The place is terrible.

Try Taquiera Lupitas or Los Gallanes instead. That's real Mexican food. Xochimilicos is gringoized.
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A lot of folks like Xochi. Personally I don't care too much for the restaurants on the Bagley strip. My personal favorite is Mi Pueblo. It's a little off the beaten path, but still pretty close to Mexican Town. Excellent place to eat.


http://www.mipueblorestaurant. com/
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Bvos
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Mi Pueblo is great. That's the wife and I's favorite place. Go there unless you really want to go to Mexicantown (which it sounds like you do).
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Czar
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I don't think Xochimilicos is as good as it used to be, but I don't think it's terrible. Los Gallanes is good.
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Jt1
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For drinks sit on the patio at Los Galanes then go to Armandos or Evie's for food.
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Los Galanes' food is very good. I like the fact that it has seafood; that's unusual in many Mexican restaurants.

When eating in Mexicantown, non-meat-eaters should take care to ask if lard is used in the preparation of their food. Many of the restaurants there prepare food in the traditional way, and often, "traditional" means lard.
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Jt1
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I don't mind Los Galanes food but I think the others are better. Of course I don't eat seafood so based upon Fury's comment I may be missing out on their best.

All in all I have yet to go to a place in Mexican Town that I didn't like, I just enjoy some more than others.

Also, stop by Mexican Town Bakery for dessert.
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Oldredfordette
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I got food poisoning at Xochimilos - twice - 10 years apart.

Las Galanes has good food and good atmosphere. Mi Pueblo is excellent with stunning posole. Evies Tamales are the best tamales in North America.
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Thursdaynext
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Thanks Oldredfordette for mentioning Evie's Tamales, I don't think they get nearly enough recognition. Definitely the best tamales around. Great little family restaurant that the locals frequent. They don't have the late night dinner hours like some of the other restaurants, so if you're going earlier in the day, this is a great place to drop in and order up a dozen tamales to snack on; although my personal favorite is the Caldo de Res, but I'm a huge soup fan.
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HoneyBee Mercado has 3 authentic tacos, chorizo beans, and rice for $3.99. Oh my god is it good.
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Lupita's is really good, and very authentic.

Try the Tamale's from La Gloria bakery. They come by the dozen as take outs and are the best around.
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I have a friend who goes regularly to Evies for the menudo. He swears by it as a hangover remedy.
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Psewick
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What is the best place for lard-free beans?
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Rsa
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los galanes and xoci's are the tourist restaurants of mexicantown (not saying they're bad). lupita's is excellent. armandos is also one of my favorites. i've been going to mexican village (down the street from matrix theatre) and have been pretty impressed...
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los golanes' beans are lard-free, according to a vegan friend. with "regular" mexican food, they serve refried beans - with seafood, they serve black beans.

other good spots that haven't yet been mentioned - senor lopez on michigan avenue and taco mexico on west vernor (awesome burritos).
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I've only been impressed by the taquerias further west on Vernor around Springwells. Just keep driving down Vernor and turn left when it splits into Dix (you have to make a turn at the light in order to stay on Vernor) and then look for any restaurant with 'taqueria' in its name.
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Mexican Village and Los Galanos are our favorites, although every once in a while we check out one of the other restaurants to see if they offer something unique.
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Another vote here for Mi Pueblo. Everything is good.

Evie's and Lupita's are very good as well. But, not trying to be hypercritical, these latter two places kind of suffer from shabby decor and lighting (flourescent lights are a real downer unless you're settling for fast food hamburgers). I wish they could afford upgrades. They have great food, though, so I'll keep going.
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Tacqueria Tapitia next to the Mexicantown Bakery has the most wonderful soft tacos for $1.25 each: many, many fillings - all fresh. Three salsas fragrant with fresh herbs on the table at all times.

Also, try some of the "taco shacks" springing up when in the mood for street food. Those are always surrounded by Mexican guys who need a quick lunch - so they must be fast, good, cheap!
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We've gone to a lot of different places and we always end up back at Mexican Village....
The Village Combination has my heart.
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Mexican Village gets my vote, hands down. The oldest is still the best. I have a relative who delivers to the Mexican Town eateries, he says their kitchen is the cleanest of them all. The only place that compared to it food wise was the now gone Acapulco resturant which was across Jefferson from the entrance to Belle Isle.
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Mexican village restaurant at 18th and bagley is def teh best in town, and that includes all of the surrounding area as well.
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I'm amazed at all this rah rah for MV. While nice, it is pretty standardized, middle-of-the road "gringo" fare. Not challenging or exciting or even authentic. It's an easy choice, but certainly not the best any more.
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Maybe we gringos like gringo fare.
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The Taco Bell at Livernois and Fort has great Kentucy Fried Chicken.
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El Rancho across from Holy Redeemer gets my vote.
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Chub
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I eat at Armondos and Mexican Village all the time. Both have great food and the drinks arn't too bad.
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Gary
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You beat me to the punch, Chub. I was waiting for someone to mention Armondo's, my personal favorite.
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Jt1
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What, am I chopped liver?


quote:

For drinks sit on the patio at Los Galanes then go to Armandos or Evie's for food.




Then later:

ORF Says "Evies Tamales are the best tamales in North America."

Followed up with "Thanks Oldredfordette for mentioning Evie's Tamales"

Then Chub says "I eat at Armondos and Mexican Village all the time. Both have great food and the drinks arn't too bad."

And Gary follow it up with "You beat me to the punch, Chub. I was waiting for someone to mention Armondo's, my personal favorite."

Has my wife been talking to you guys? I thought she was the only one that never heard me. :-)
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Just went to Dona Lola's on Springwells for the first time. Ecuadorean seafood. Very good. Very authentic. Try the Huachinango (red Snapper) if you like fish.
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Mi Pueblo people!!!!
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I like McDonalds.
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DULY'S!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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As an eastsider, Mexican Village is the first one I hit, heading towards Mexican town so that's where I go. :-)

No really, MV is good even if it is gringo fare. Plus it's big (good for large parties), open late, and it's got great atmosphere and decor. The murals are awesome. I've been meaning to try some taqueria's further down Vernor though, I hear they are very, very good.

Damn, I love Mexican food. :-) :-) :-)
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I once had some very find chile rellenos at a place that sits all by its lonesome on Livernois, a few blocks north of Vernor. Can't remember its name. They didn't have any beer or liquor, that I recall, but it was kind of an appealing, homey sit-down place.

I enjoyed the fare at El Comal, on Vernor, where they offer Guatemalan and Argentinian dishes alongside the Mexican standards. But my wife, who's pretty picky (it's Los Galanes or bust for her), objected to the waitress continually wiping her nose with the back of her hand.

The tamales at Tamaleria Nuevo Leon, a strictly retail operation up Vernor just south of the Michigan Central Depot, are good, plus they have dessert versions with golden raisins and coconut.
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...as I've said before, Taqueria El Rey at Vernor and Lansing st. (3 blocks west of Clark Park) is a good one. On fri/sat/sun they do open pit chicken outside. You get a whole chicken, beans and tortilla for $10.
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Does anyone know who has good fish tacos?
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Ahem...
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Mexican Village is our favorite...I think we will try Mi Pueblo for the first time pretty soon.
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Haydenth
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Update/Correction. Just returned from Armandos and it is, in fact, better than Xochis.
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Neilr
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Fot the last several years, Mi Pueblo has been my favorite. The shrimp kabobs, which have been on the menu for the past year, are delicious.
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Los Galanes - Official Mexican Restaurant of Lowell's. :-)

Huachinango mojo de ajo!
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I really enjoy the carnitas at Las Brisas. Check them out on Vernor west of the Dix split. I like the energy on this strip of Vernor. It's definitely less gringoized than the more touristy restaurants on Bagley. Las Brisas is one of the few places in Michigan who offer carnitas, a wonderful slow cooked Mexican pork dish. Enjoy.

http://www.metrotimes.com/metr opolis/restaurants/browse.asp? q=/Cities/Detroit/Cuisines/064 2
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docmo!

yes. las brisas. also, the mariachi band makes it a great place, festive in the mexican tradition of celebration with song, dance, and spirit!
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Mi Pueblo
Sr. Lopez
Los Altos
Lupita
Armandos
Los Galanes (Seafood is a big part of Mexican Cuisine, if you don't belieive this, look at a map of Mexico)
El Rey (best roast chicken!!)
El Comal
The place on Springwells just n. of 175
Evies

Most gringoized (lots of cheese dumped on substandard food)
Mexican Village
El Zocalo
Xochimilo
Mexicantown
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Chapultepec Mexican Restaurant over on Richmond Ave. has the best tacos al carbon in town!

tacos al carbon

Livedog2
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Kova
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the best for me is Tacqueria el cabrito on Dix and Central. Friend of mine owns the place. and as an added bonus it is right next to an irish pub. Two in one special!

Let us know where you go
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Casey's Bar, eh? of Casey's Fence across the street. Is it really an Irish pub or has just an Irish name? It used to be Milo's Sugar Shack some three/four years ago.
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Docmo - Evies has a great Carnitas special on Fridays. I would recommend it.

Livernois - Casey's is Irish in name only. Just a corner bar. Not great, not bad. Just a place for a drink.
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Dona Lola's, the official spot of Zulu Warrior!
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Los Galantes and El Comal are the best.
Mexican Town and Armondos, ok food and terrible service.
Xochomilo the absolute worst all around.
Heard good things about Mi Pueblo, haven't been yet.
For the veggies, never trust that a restaurant doesn't use lard in the refried beans, most all do. Be safe with black beans.
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Viva La Raza!

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