Find out what Mexican restaurants to try in Easton. Named one of the best small towns in America, Easton, Maryland is a haven of quiet streets and quirky festivals. First settled in the 17th century, Easton has remained an active community since Colonial times. The Third Haven Meeting House, built in 1682 by the local Quakers, is still used for Sunday meetings to this day. Visit during the annual Waterfowl Festival, when residents deck their historic homes with green boughs, and local artists pay tribute to the Canadian Geese flying overhead.
Things to do in Easton
The restaurant is an absolute wonderful dive. I choose to take the food out. Much more enjoyable to eat their great food in a nice setting. Everything on the menu is cooked fresh and typically at lunch time the lines grow. Very large menu and a favorite of locals. We had Burritos and Fajitas and they were both tasty and exceptionally large portions. Great option to a fast food restaurant. Try it you won't be disappointed
This restaurant recently changed names from Plaza Tapatia. We stopped for a quick lunch when returning from the beach, The food was adequate but the service was terrible. Our server was glued to his cell phone. We were here for 1 1/2 hours for a light meal. Couldn't even get the check. Avoid this place if you are in a hurry.
3 based on 21 reviews
We stopped here based on previous visits to similarly named restaurants in Salisbury and Easton. We wouldn't stop here again. The service was uninspired verging on rude. The food was just OK. I ordered the same item I had ordered in the other two restaurants and got a dish that wasn't close in quality or flavor.
4 based on 33 reviews
Happy hour is M-f 3-7. Great service. New smaller menu but enough variety for the whole family. TV's everywhere.
4 based on 18 reviews
Every so often we wish to have something to eat before a symphony concert or movie in Easton, and nearly always we head to El Dorado. Located in a strip mall, there is ample parking and is centrally located. The booths and tables are well distributed, so the restaurant is spacious. The noise level is moderate and not disturbing. The service is friendly and attentive. We like their margaritas. The chips are occasionally stale, but usually fresh. Our favorite entrees are the taco salad, carnitas and carne asada. A side order of yucca is a rare treat. We have never had desert at El Dorado. Two entrees, two margaritas, tax and gratuity, less than $30 per person.El Dorado is not fine dining. Service is prompt and the food is slightly above average, but certainly not memorable. For our purposes and our expectations, it works just fine. No negative criticism will be presented here. If you are looking for a bite to eat at a place that is unpretentious and friendly, El Dorado will not surprise or disappoint you. You will find us there before the symphony.
4 based on 137 reviews
Chilean, Peruvian,Central American and Mexican foods.
This restaurant is now known as Aztecas Restaurant in Easton, Maryland and is operated by the same folks that own El Dorado which has a new location also in Easton, Maryland. The menu here is limited to one page. Selections include salads, tacos and other Mexican dishes. Our visit sampled several and they were quite good. Wines and beers are available. Seating inside is limited; however, there is an outside patio available in warmer weather. Parking is limited, but street parking is nearby.
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.