801 W Historic Highway 66
Melted cheese, sizzling sausages, and crispy potatoes are some of the decadent ingredients in this restaurant’s breakfast burritos. Don Diego’s Restaurant and Lounge features family-style seating in spacious interiors. Feeling a deep craving for enchiladas or studded sopapillas? This Mexican dining place serves vegetarian options with a dish like the bean burrito. Try pairing your meal with a sweet and tangy margarita, and don’t miss indulging in the pork carnitas.
2003 U.S. Route. 66
Make your way to old school diner interiors and explore traditional Mexican dishes. With scrumptious options such as the barbacoa taco dish and the chile relleno, you’ll find that it’s easy to devour each plate. El Charrito is a family-owned restaurant that serves authentic Mexican cuisine that will remind you of staying at your grandparents’ home for dinner. Falling in love with the chile sauces? Visitors can buy quarts of the house made sauces and take it home. Locally popular meals include the menudo with sopapillas, as well as the chile relleno, which is filled with balanced portions of cheese and is pan-fried with an egg batter coating.
1000 E Hwy 66
This restaurant travels back in time with an old Hollywood glamor and southwestern decor. Be immersed in exposed wooden beams, high ceilings, and cowboy-themed interiors. Connected to the historic El Rancho Hotel, you’ll discover a variety of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Start your day with the El Rancho Classic, which serves eggs, hash browns, and bacon with a warm tortilla. As for an afternoon or evening meal, El Rancho features a wide menu of items, ranging from western movie-inspired burgers to celebrity-themed fajitas and tamales. Don’t miss relishing the trio of dips and chips, enjoying tortilla chips with house made guacamole, salsa, and queso.