Special Report

Best Hidden Gem Mexican Restaurant in Every State

Source: Courtesy of Meagan N. via Yelp

Virginia: Tacos El Chilango (truck)
> Location: Arlington

The exceedingly friendly service at this D.C.-area food truck is an attraction second only to their delectable tacos. Their loyal customer base rave about the juicy meat and authentic flavor, and often drive far out of their way to stop here for a bite.

Source: Courtesy of Trejo's Mexican Restaurant

Washington: Trejo’s Mexican Restaurant
> Location: Pasco

A bustling little restaurant with great prices and service, Trejo’s serves a full menu of Mexican favorites (including the best al pastor in town), but specializes in seafood. Try the freshwater prawn soup, octopus ceviche tostadas, or shrimp cooked a dozen different ways.

Source: Courtesy of Viva Mexico

West Virginia: Viva Mexico
> Location: Inwood

This family owned cantina has space for larger groups and parties, and is known for its hospitality and kind owners. Customers crave the huge margaritas and fried chimichangas at this colorful local hangout.

Source: Courtesy of Pancho's Tacos

Wisconsin: Pancho’s Tacos (truck)
> Location: Madison

This mobile food truck makes its way around Madison, and can be seen serving lunch outside the Veterans Hospital, dinner at the Ale Asylum brewery, and all day at various festivals and events. Follow them on social media to find out where they’ll be dishing out their elote, nachos, tacos, and more.

Source: Courtesy of Su Casa Cafe

Wyoming: Su Casa
> Location: Sinclair

A local and tourist favorite just off I-80, Su Casa is famous for their green chile and their sweet and savory sopapillas, as well as their jovial atmosphere and service. Wyoming residents travel here from neighboring counties to score some of the best Mexican food in the state.