Discover Restaurants offering the best Mexican food in Quinton, Virginia, United States. Quinton is a small unincorporated community in New Kent County, Virginia, United States. It is located on State Route 249 in the western portion of the county.
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4 based on 38 reviews
Wonderful new Mexican place brightening up an otherwise tired bit of Williamsburg (between Kmart and Cracker Barrel off "bypass" road). Definitely worth the trip over. The bar has a lively fun vibe all the time and the food selections have more of a kick than some of the other Williamsburg Tex/Mex types of offering. One thing to recommend: even when the weather is perfect there is quite a bit of traffic always whizzing by that patio (and the night we were there the stereo speakers were too loud trying, I think, to compensate for the traffic. Inside is colorful and comfortable and you'll be able to converse with the friends you bring along. Ready to go back!
4 based on 64 reviews
Good food, not great, although itâs a great price. Mixed drinks donât have the freshest marischino cherries. I had the chimichangas - chicken is canned and can be dry. They do load on the cheese which makes up for the dryness. The service is good and solid. Itâs a cozy environment. If you donât know the area well, just look for the bright orange house. You canât muss it.
4 based on 138 reviews
We go to great lengths at The Patron Mexican Restaurant to serve you the best Mexican cusine you've ever eaten. Take a look at our menu, you'll notice right away that we have unique Mexican dishes you won't find anywhere else, including healthy Vegetarian
Stayed at the Hilton garden inn around the corner and went to dinner here with couple coworkers. Many options to choose from with great happy hour specials. Nice vegetarian options. I had the spinach enchiladas which tasted fresh and flavorful.
4 based on 123 reviews
We stopped for the night near the Richmond airport at a very nice Hampton Inn and asked for dinner suggestions. The nice front desk person suggested that Mexico Restaurant was the best in the area, and we were not disappointed. We arrived on a Friday night at about 6:45 and were seated immediately, even though the place was nearly full. Their Happy Hour runs from 5 to 8 with about 20 menu items for $8.95. There are even more selections if you want to pay more. Great variety of selections are on offer. The food was prepared quickly and the portions were more than ample. Two rather large and delicious enchiladas for both of us with rice and beans. 2 frozen Margaritas and we left very satisfied. Very friendly servers, attentive and polite. They seemed to really care about our meal and experience.
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