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Featured Mexican
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    San Francisco Mission/ Bernal Heights

    Puerto Alegre

    546 Valencia San Francisco CA 94110
    The food's fine, but it comes second to the margaritas at this fun bar/restaurant. We recommend the salt-free. More
    1. Restaurant Mexican
    2. Restaurant Restaurants
    East Bay West Berkeley

    Picante Cocina Mexicana

    1328 Sixth St. Berkeley CA 94710
    Encroaching trendiness has yet to engulf this wildly popular hangout -- the immediate neighborhood is still mostly body shops and auto parts stores, a sure sign that the crowds come for the food. This step-to-the-counter place churns out a production line of flavorful staples like burritos, tostadas, and enchiladas, and More
    1. Restaurant Mexican
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    San Francisco South of Market

    Tres

    130 Townsend San Francisco CA 94107
    Jalisco, birthplace of tequila, is also the inspiration for the sophisticated cooking (ranging from the expected guacamole and antojitos such as tacos and tamales to melting-soft carnitas, chiles rellenos stuffed with huitlacoche, and wood-grilled steak) served in this excitingly decorated warehouse space boasting 20-foot ceilings. An amazing collection of tequilas More
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2800 Bayshore Brisbane CA 94005
415-467-2343
SFO's Terminal 2, San Francisco San Francisco CA 94128
650-821-9306
299 9th St. San Francisco CA 94103
415-255-2982
55 Webster Oakland CA 94607
510-444-1233
Owners Rick Hackett and Meredith Melville (of San Francisco's MarketBar) opened this chic pan-Latin spot in fall 2009, anchoring new development in Jack London Square. Bocanova features a raw bar (with ceviches, crudos, and signature crab deviled eggs with chipotle aioli), garden salads, fried foods such as empanadas, and rotisserie More
3296 22nd St. San Francisco CA 94110
415-824-4088
Anyone who has ever tried to run an errand near 22nd and Valencia on a weekend morning is familiar with the scene - or rather the swarm: outdoor tables filled with attractive Mission denizens spooning up vegan gravy and biscuits; crowds waiting, hungry and hungover; dogs lapping up scraps on More
3137 Mission San Francisco CA 94110
415-826-1496
2475 Misson San Francisco CA 94110
415-824-7717
A decidedly unhip atmosphere - plain tables and brighter-than-average lighting - and a full menu of Mexican-influenced cafe fare (sandwiches, assorted salads, and breakfast dishes like chorizo and eggs) distinguish this joint from the many other Mission District coffeehouses offering free WiFi. That's right; At Cafe La Taza, the phrase More
470 Post San Francisco CA 94102
415-392-2030
A decidedly unhip atmosphere — plain tables and brighter-than-average lighting — and a full menu of Mexican-influenced cafe fare (sandwiches, assorted salads, and breakfast dishes like chorizo and eggs) distinguish this joint from the many other Mission District coffeehouses offering free WiFi. That's right; At Cafe La Taza, the phrase More
2778 24th St. San Francisco CA 94110
415-282-2400
3239 22nd St. San Francisco CA 94110
415-642-7224
This expansive, festive-feeling bar specializes in Mexican appetizers like nachos and ceviche. Seafood is a specialty, but the food plays a supporting role to the huge tequila selection. With a few big televisions and plenty of space, Cava 22 is a great place to watch a game or gather with More
4019 Judah St. San Francisco CA 94122
415-759-8741
2839 Mission San Francisco CA 94110
415-282-0283
The new home of this traditional plato parlor, if still in the heart of the Mission, is worlds away from the quiet, noncommercial neighborhood it used to occupy before a fire shut it down. Fortunately, the plates are still enormous, the food still wonderful, and the service, as before, a More
201 3rd St. San Francisco CA 94103-3143
415-543-8060
590 Van Ness San Francisco CA 94102
415-621-8200
235 Church San Francisco CA 94114
415-552-5700
Smart street snacks-tacos, tortas, tamales-from Mexico City are made with organic masa, sustainable meats, and enough sophistication to justify a leisurely meal and a glass of (affordable) wine. Chef Roberto Aguiar Cruz' healthful pozole and sopa de tortilla are made with a rich stock that takes the chill off, while More
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