Aspen Restaurants: Mexican Cuisine
Can Aspen have good Mexican food? Aspen locals and tourists have agreed that these Mexican restaurants are pretty delicious.
La Cantina is one of the most popular Mexican restaurants in Aspen, frequented by locals and tourists alike. They provide free WiFi and TVs are located at the bar. Try their Queso Fundito, a bowl of melted cheese with fresh tortillas, or their chicken tortilla soup. Vegetarians can try the vegetable tower.
Photo Credit: Zocalito Latin Bistro
Zocalito Latin Bistro serves delicious tapas for lunch and dinner. Their menu features dishes like shrimp and tilapia ceviche, chicken mole with beans, and stuffed poblano peppers. Try one of their raspberry or strawberry margaritas.
La Palapa serves traditional Mexican cuisine. This casual restaurant is more affordable than many places in Aspen. Their menu includes Mexican classics, such as raw oysters topped with shrimp ceviche and avocado.
Photo Credit: Su Casa
Su Casa is part of Aspen Billiards/Eric's Bar, so when you're done having some Yucatán style tacos, burritos, carnitas, enchiladas, camorones, or chips and salsa, you can head over and play some pool, smoke a cigar, or have some cocktails.
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