Top 7 American food in Mexico, Missouri, United States

October 5, 2019 Leonarda Pillsbury

Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Mexico, Missouri, United States. Mexico, formerly known as New Mexico, is a city in Audrain County, Missouri. The population was 11,543 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat, home to the Missouri Military Academy, and annually hosts the Miss Missouri Pageant. The micropolitan statistical area consists of Audrain County.
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7. The 581

107 S Washington St, Mexico, MO 65265-2730 American, Bar, Pub +1 573-975-4282

Reviewed By Rob H

This relatively new restaurant/bar in Mexico was recommended by friends. We had a delicious supper. Clever decoration of this old building just off the square added to the ambience and enjoyment of the food and drink. Very flavorful seafood options were unexpected in a small town eatery. Looking forward to our next visit.

6. Hardee's

710 Mo-22, Mexico, MO American, Fast Food

Reviewed By CARLH2262

Mexico, Missouri is home to a HARDEES that is a cut above the rest...Here you will be greeted by a very friendly staff that goes the extra stepto make sure you have a pleasant dining experience. AND most likelythe best sandwiches around...They welcome the use of coupons...Check em out, you'll be glad you did...!See ya down the road... .. .O o- Carl (BC Mayor..=)~

5. Subway

610 W Jackson St, Mexico, MO 65265-1939 American, Deli +1 573-581-3317

Reviewed By MoonCat6

Stopped for a quick lunch at about 12:30 at the location inside Walmart. Even though there were only two people in front of me, it still took about 15 minutes to get a sandwich. There was only one person assisting customers. Not acceptable at lunch time. However, he was friendly and gave great customer service. They serve breakfast all day at this location. There is no sign to indicate when they open. I was here at 8:45 one morning (could have been Sunday), and I could see an employee, but they were not open.

4. Aussie Outback and Downunder

117 W Monroe St, Mexico, MO 65265-2725 American Dinner, Lunch Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Takeout, Table Service +1 573-567-5514
Overall Ratings

4 based on 34 reviews

Aussie Outback and Downunder

Reviewed By Pam188

On recent business trip, stopped here for lunch. Not a lot of people there at the time, but then Mexico is a very small town. We had a delightful lunch with great burgers. Mine included fried jalapenos, which I never had, but would have again in a minute. Sorry we missed Aussie's at night, because I am sure it would be a fun time.

3. Porky's BBQ

East Liberty St, Mexico, MO 65265 American, Barbecue Dinner, Lunch Takeout, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible
Overall Ratings

4 based on 30 reviews

Porky's BBQ

Reviewed By SGR536

We stopped by to have some BBQ and were not disappointed. The food was cooked to order and fresh. I had the pulled pork nachos and they were fantastic. Everyone in our group enjoyed their food. The service was perfect. The restraunt was clean and the value for the food was great.

2. Diner 54

2751 S Clark St, Mexico, MO 65265-3720 American, Diner Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Takeout, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service +1 573-581-4800
Overall Ratings

4 based on 59 reviews

Diner 54

Reviewed By 13roba

On a Sunday morning my wife and I had breakfast for the first time at Diner 54 in Mexico, Missouri. My wife had the Country Omelette and I had the Hamburger Steak Breakfast. The place was clean, service was outstanding, the food excellent, the portions were of good size, and the price was reasonable. I would highly recommend this place for breakfast.If I could wave my magic wand and make the place better, I would suggest 2 things. First, I realize that it was Sunday morning, and I do consider myself a Christian, but I thought the playing of religious music in the background was a bit much while I was eating, especially as loud as it was being played. Secondly, if you’re paying by credit card, be prepared for the hostess to ask if you wanted to leave a tip, and how much did you want to leave. I don’t like it when restaurants do this. Don’t get me wrong, I do tip and I do consider myself relatively generous when I tip. However, to me, that’s a private thing, and depending on the service is how much I tip. I felt pressure to either tip generously or be prepared to explain why I was unhappy, which sometimes I really don’t want to do. Anyway, these were my thoughts about it.

1. Dagwood's Jr

216 W Promenade St, Mexico, MO 65265-2718 American, Soups Lunch, Dinner Takeout, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Seating +1 573-581-2332
Overall Ratings

5 based on 63 reviews

Dagwood's Jr

Reviewed By Mayga1

Our group had carry out recentlySandwiches arrived perfectly prepared, packaged and labeled with each person’s name.I really enjoyed the Reuben! Great sandwich:)Thanks

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