The Chuy's Restaurant in Austin advertises its "fine
Tex Mex" fare. The sign outside ain't bad either.
Uncle Julio's Photo courtesy Chris Richey
Uncle Julio's restaurant advertises
its "fine Mexican food." The beaming face atop this marquee
supports this statement.
Matt's Famous El Rancho
Austin, TX Photo courtesy Chris Richey
Also in Austin is Matt's Famous El Rancho, which humbly
advertises as having the best Mexican food in the world and the King of
El Chico Restaurant Photo courtesy Chris Richey
El Chico advertises its fine
foods. The man on the sign has an interesting smile.
Dallas, TX Photo courtesy Chris Richey
Carrilla Tacos is home to the
$1 tacos in Dallas. The neon sign is somewhat standout in that it lights
up the avenue.
Odessa, TX Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
This parking lot sign for Manuel's Restaurant looks
like it's going to walk off down the boulevard.
Austin, TX Photo courtesy Dave & Debra van Hulsteyn
The El Patio Mexican Food restaurant
in Austin features a big sombrero on its marquee. So if you're looking
to check out a Mexican food eatery, just follow the sombrero.
San Antonio, TX Photo and info courtesy Kevin Powers
Casa Rio restaurant is located in downtown San Antonio on the Riverwalk. Casa Rio has been in business since 1947 and is one of the favorite eating places on the Riverwalk. 12-06
San Antonio, TX Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Tomatillo's Mexican Restaurant has been a San Antonio staple on Broadway for over 15 years. The 70's era looking sign out front features a leaning cactus. See more info on the restaurant at the Tomatillo's website. 07-07