Sunday, January 27, 2008

Conchinita Pibil

Mexico and points south, as represented in Marin.
On those Marin rainy days, there is nothing better than to spice it up with some colorful eating originating south-of-the-border. The restaurants listed here are either indisputably Mexican in origin, Caribbean, Cuban, Puerto Rican, or I've noticed a significant emphasis of on dishes from the region on the menu. Please feel free to suggest places I've missed.

Where I've been

Pancho Villa's Restaurant

Road Runner Burrito

Burritoville Cafe


Mill Valley

Avatar's Punjab Burritos
Cactus Cafe
Joe's Taco Lounge
The Cantina

Las Guitarras Mexican Restaurant & Seafood

Fernando's Restaurant
Maya Palenque
Las Guitarras

San Anselmo
Taco Jane's

San Rafael

Celia's Mexican Restaurant
Las Camelias Cocina Restaurant
Mambo's Cafe
Sol Food
Taqueria Bahia
Taqueria Maria

Saylor's South of the Border


Sausalito Taco Shop

Pancho's Casa Manana


Pancho's Casa Manana

Where I've yet to go (or blog)

Corte Madera
Baja Fresh Mexican Grill
Sam's Fresh Mexican Grill

Casa Manana

Taqueria Mexican Grill

Mill Valley
High Tech Burrito
Lucinda's Mexican Food-to-Go

Chevy's Fresh Mex
Chico's Taqueria
El Encanto
El Palmar
La Hacienda Taqueria
Los Panchos
Taqueria La Fiesta
Taqueria Real
Tommy Salsa

Pt. Reyes Station
Rosie's Cowboy Cookhouse

San Anselmo
Burritoville OBB
Tacqueria Mi Familia
Taqueria mi Pueblo

San Rafael
Casa Manana
High Tech Burrito
La Hacienda Taqueria
Mi Familia
Oscar's Tacos
Panama Hotel & Restaurant
Playa Azul Marisco
Puentez Taqueria
Sonoma Taco Shop
Taqueria La Herradura
Taqueria San Jose
Taqueria San Rafael

Taqueria Las Calandrias



Anonymous said...

Anna- The taqueria in Pt. Reyes is now Rosie's Cowboy Cookhouse, but it as a definite Mexican accent. It's a bit more upscale and the staff is lovely. You have a photo of El Rey Pakal in San Rafael: it closed in the fall.

Anna Haight said...

Kudzu: Thanks!!! It's too bad about El Rey Pakal - I enjoyed it. I've adjusted my post thanks to your timely comments.

cookiecrumb said...

OMG!! You have to try Sol Food (Puerto Rican) in San Rafael. Two choice locations: one small and hectic, the other indoors and comfy.

Anna Haight said...

Cookiecrumb: I'm such a nut! I think I just got all overwhelmed with the number of Mexican restaurants and forgot. I agree, Sol Food is FAB! I have to go again, it's been too long! I also forgot to add Mambo's Cafe... I just made corrections since it will be another few months before I do another update on this. I also think I just missed you at the market today.. I was at the soy place this morning too!

Siri said...

Oh my, Anna thats one lovely spread for this week's WHB. Organising by color is one unique way of Roundup. Nice job..:))


Patricia Scarpin said...

What a beautiful round up, Anna!

Anonymous said...

Anna, I live in South America, but am originally from the Northbay (Santa Rosa, CA). This blog post made my mouth water. I miss the great eats up in northern cali. Marin is filled with so many grub spots it's ridiculous. One of my favorites is Sol Food. Cool post!