Baja Fresh Mexican Grill 237 D St, Davis, CA95616 Baja Fresh, soon to open at the former location of the Davis Holistic Health Center on D Street, is one of the thousands…More of locations for the nationwide franchise. Specializing in fresh, made-to-order Mexican food, it serves an assortment of burritos, tacos, nachos, quesadillas and more. It takes pride in its flame grilled flavors, especially the grilled tortillas; it is big on being nutritious and healthy, and will be an added choice to the plethora of Mexican restaurants already established in Davis.
Chipotle Mexican Grill 227 E St, Davis, CA95616 This location has everything typical to the Chipotle franchise; upon entering, the guests line up at the open counter…More displaying the ingredients to add to the variety of burritos, tacos, burrito bowls and other items on the menu. Counter, table and outdoor seating is available.
Taqueria Guadalajara 640 W Covell Blvd, Davis, CA95616 This popular local Mexican eatery offers authentic south-of-the-border fare like tripe, seafood, steak, salads and…More juices in a tiled mosaic decor.
This Taco Bell location features a drive-thru and their traditional Mexican fast food menu. Taco Bell offers a…More variety of lunch and dinner items including burritos, tacos, gorditas, salads, chalupas and nachos. These items are available with chicken, steak, beef, and pork as well as options for vegetarian substitutes, such as refried beans.</p>
Tacos & Beer serves authentic Mexican food and has a full service bar. It serves tacos, burritos, asada fries and…More many other tasty treats.</p>
<p>It has a wide selection of imported and domestic beers, as well cocktails of all kinds. Happy Hour is from 4pm to 6pm and it serves a special of three tacos and a beer or soda for $5.</p>
Taco Bell 425 G St, Davis, CA95616 The Taco Bell on G Street, located across from Village Pizza and Grill, is one of three locations in Davis for this fast…More food chain. It does not have a drive-up window, only counter service. Just like all of its counterparts, this location serves typical Mexican-inspired fast food fare. Most of the food is some sort of combination of ground beef, cheese, beans and sauce. Check the website for current specials.
Chuy's Taqueria is an authentic Mexican restaurant that's famous for its gigantic burritos and tacos. It sells…More domestic and imported beer, margaritas (non-alcoholic), white wine and soft drinks. Customers can spice their food with selections from the salsa bar.</p>
<p>Chuy's has a taco special on Mondays.</p>
Taqueria Davis 505 L St, Davis, CA95616 Taqueria Davis is located in the complex at the intersection of L street and 5th street. The Taqueria specializes…More in authentic Mexican menu options including quesadillas, taco salads, carne asada fries, tacos, nachos and horchata. There is a variety of burritos, including California burrito, 49er burrito, regular burrito, Super veggie burrito, egg burrito and veggie burrito.
El Mariachi Taqueria 400 G St, Davis, CA95616 El Mariachi Taqueria, located at the corner of 4th and G Street, is one of the more authentic Mexican taquerias in…More Davis. It boasts a very large salsa bar with unique items such as mango, pineapple and strawberry salsas, as well as being the only taqueria in Davis that includes nopales (cactus) in its burritos, giving a very authentic and unique flavor. Potential customers should note that there is a "tortilla soup" available that is not on the menu, and at only $2.25, it is at the same time good food and a great deal.
Soga's Restaurant & Bar 217 E St, Davis, CA95616 Soga's Restaurant is located in the heart of downtown Davis, directly across from the E St. Plaza. It has been through a…More number of transformations, the most recent coming in September 2010, when it changed its name from Agave back to the original name (the namesake of the original owner/operator Matt Soga). It now has a variety of Italian, Mexican and American cuisine on its menu. Upon entering the restaurant you encounter a built-in hostess counter; if you go to the left you encouter the well-appointed bar. The main floor is hardwood, with a number of tables set in a formal fashion. There is some outdoor patio seating as well.
Nugget Markets 409 Mace Blvd, Davis, CA95618 Nugget Markets is appealingly designed with a Spanish hacienda motif outside. The interior features compact and…More well-organized aisles paralleling the central produce area below high ceilings. The ethnic section is large and varied featuring British, Indian, Japanese, Mexican and other foods. A full-service bakery in the rear turns out tiramisu, chocolate mousse, cakes and more, and the deli staff whips up sandwiches to order and prepare meats and salads. A fairly substantial health and wellness corner near the checkouts includes sports nutrition protein products along with vitamins, minerals, and other supplements. Outdoors on the veranda extending the width of the store are cafe-style tables at which to enjoy your deli delicacies and bakery treats.
When Chef Christian Marquez travels home to Guadalahara in Mexico, "it's all about the food," he says. While visiting…More with friends and family, he soaks up new ideas for the South Davis Guadalajara menu. He began cooking with his mother's basic, nourishing recipes for meals at the family table and then "tweaked them," he says. The result is a constantly evolving Mexican cuisine featuring, these days, sea bass tacos, shrimp fried (in olive oil) rice and a unique chicken tortilla soup.</p>
<p>Chef Marquez procures many of the ingredients for his unique twists on traditional dishes at the Davis and Sacramento Farmers Markets. Enjoy his creations in the adobe-colored, high-ceiling dining room adorned with traditional art, or outdoors on the cool greenery-draped patio.</p>
Since La Esperanza closed several years ago, there has been an absence of classic, sit-down Mexican restaurants in…More Davis. That changed in October: Tres Hermanas (named in Spanish for three sisters from Chihuahua, Mexico, who, along with their brother, own this restaurant) is an upscale, eclectically decorated restaurant offering authentic fare. </p>
<p>The three sisters, Sonia, Norma and Dora Saenz (brother Sergio manages Tres Hermanas), brought from Chihuahua unique recipes they learned in their mother's kitchen, which are expressed throughout the extensive Tres Hermanas menu. The carnitas, for example, are probably more memorable than any you'll taste in Davis. Cooked for four hours in lard, with orange juice, Coca-Cola and milk being added just when the fried pork starts getting tender, this dish is worth savoring.</p>
<p>There are striking art objects and murals on the walls commemorating such Mexican festivals as the Day Of The Dead. Seating is available outdoors beside a fountain with a view of Davis's antique Amtrak train depot beyond. On busy nights, seating at the bar by the front entrance is an option while waiting for a table. Happy hour runs from 3pm to 6pm daily.</p>