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1901 W Northwest Hwy, Dallas, TX | Directions 7522032.868894 -96.912748
Stickler for Rules – We live close to the north arlington location and used to go several times a week. Never caring about prices, always good food and service. Then I noticed everytime I had a to go order it was less good and more expensive. They charge 10% for to go containers ono top of your order. After tip it was more expensive than eating there.
Now I noticed that they had new menu items. I had them when we dined in they were great. I called the nest week to get some to go and they said no. It was a dine in only menu item. I asked if they could charge more, no. I told them we go (or went) 3 times a week, i was babysitting a 2 year old and a 6 month old, had spent thousands of dollars over the last 3 years there, always tip well, know the managers anddddd she said hold on. . . . . came back and said no.
It wasnt happy hour, I was ordering 2 more menu items and some iced tea. Seems ridiculous that they wont make me some Taqueria style chicken fajita tacos to go. dine in only.
Well guess what, that cost you 3,000.00 ove the next three years, cause our family wont be back. Thanks for the frustrating rules.
Robbed in daylight – No security so we won't be going back.
The whole family meets up for a great visit in the bar area. We collectively spend a good $150 bucks and tip well. Tonight in broad daylight about 7:30 – 8 pm my cousin’s car was busted into and a laptop taken. If they can’t keep the place save I have no reason to go back. It’s a good place to eat and visit but the cost just got too high.
Great Mexican – I was born, grown, and raised in Dallas, and this is me and my folks all-time favorite mexican place. I get the tacos al carbon everytime. Don't overlook the home-made pralines they sell by the register. You can take your trendy places in Dallas if you want, but if you want good ole tex mex, with big plates and lots of great food, you can't go wrong
Not a favorite – If you're looking for cheap Mexican food, you'll be satisfied. Just don't expect too much qualilty. I've heard so much about this place and how it's a Texas favorite. But, in all honesty, we've got better Mexican food in Georgia. I loved the cheese dip and tortillas. But the chile poblano I ordered did not taste fresh at all - as if it had been made an hour ago and was sitting out the whole time.
Bright and festive with zesty food, this Mexican spot is great for a big group. – In Short
Big, bustling and sprawling within its stucco facade; Mercado Juarez seems more like an open-air market in Chihuahua than a restaurant. But these chefs dish beloved Tex-Mex with a punch. Traditional plates of chimichangas, rellenos and tacos al carbon come with either spicy or creamy sauces, diner's choice. Appetizers include crispy, hot, gooey and addictive jackapenos: jalapenos stuffed with Monterey jack and bacon. For seviche, there's three "cocteles" for between $5 and $7 each.
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