Discover Restaurants offering the best Southwestern food in Trinidad, Colorado, United States. Trinidad is a Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat and the most populous city of Las Animas County, Colorado, United States. The population was 9,096 as of the 2010 census, up slightly from 9,078 in 2000. The estimate as of 2012 was 8,771. Trinidad lies 21 mi (33 km) north of Raton, New Mexico, and 195 mi (305 km) south of Denver. Trinidad is situated on the historic Santa Fe Trail.
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4 based on 464 reviews
Tequila's Family Mexican Restaurant in Trinidad, CO offers Mexican cuisine and Seafood like never before. Your taste buds are in for a treat. Whether you're craving a spicy Mexican dish that packs a little heat or a savory seafood plate for a plethora of
My husband and I were on our way to Denver for a Billy Joel concert and we stopped at Tequila's Family Mexican Restaurant for lunch. I ordered the lunch chicken burrito and my husband ordered the lunch chicken chimichanga. We had an appetizer of chips, salsa and cole slaw. The chicken burrito was large and was served with no beans or rice. The burrito had rice inside. The chicken was finely shredded and moist. The chimichanga came with rice and beans. The rice was not hot at all. The chips, salsa and cole slaw was good. We really enjoyed the food and we even stopped back on the way home from Denver. The service was friendly and fast. We'd go back.Thank you for detailing your plate experience so well, there's always room to improve and we need to know where!we hope you stop again on your next trip!
4 based on 66 reviews
Trinidad is a ghost town on Monday night. The ONLY restaurant open was The Mission at the Bell so in we went. Itâs a Mexican joint so the chips and salsa showed up with the menus. Beer and wine soon followed. The salsa was excellent and had a good bite. Wife ordered the Monday Taco special and I went with enchiladas. Food finally hit the table forty minutes later. But it was so fresh and so delicious I can almost forgive them. There wasnât a large crowd and our waitress was friendly but inattentive. The food was a bit spicy which I love, but be warned. Still â the finest Mexican dinner Iâve had in many moons.
Small town feel with great BBQ, friendly service and equipped with a full bar and patio. Great for kids, back yard horse shoe pits, a stage for live music.
We are two senior couples traveling in Colorado to see fall foliage. When looking for a restaurant in Trinidad, it seemed all of our original choices were closed (Tuesday). We settled on the Trinidad Smokehouse because it was open. Lucky for us because the food was great. The service matched the food. Three of us decided on the cod. Though the cod was cooked in oil, there was not a hint of oil in the finished product. The sweet potato fries were also very good. All in all, very good food at a reasonable price.
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