Top Mexican and Latin Food in Asheville


Limones

Modern Californian and Mexican cooking plus creative cocktails served in a quaint, homey setting. Dinner specialties include entrees such as grilled au natural rib-eye steak with hazelnut-ancho chile sauce, or Tequila-lime cured salmon with watercress and avocado salad. Try their Sunday brunch with traditional selections such as Mexican sweetbreads and house-made sausage, including chorizo. 13 Eagle St

Sonora

This casual cantina in downtown Asheville offers Mexican soul food in a friendly atmosphere. Taco menu includes shrimp, fish, steak, pork belly and avocado. In addition to your tacos, try the elote- grilled corn on the cob with lime aioli, chili seasoning, cilantro and queso cotija. 89 Patton Ave

En La Calle

Stylish cocktail bar and Latin tapas spot with art-decorated walls and chic accents. En La Calle is the sister bar/restaurant to Limones, specializing in fresh-juiced craft cocktails and Mexico City street food. Seating is first come, first served. 15 Eagle St

Hemingway's Cuba

You don't have to travel to Havana to enjoy a night in Cuba; just go to Hemingway’s Cuba! Order the tostones (fried plantains filled with shrimp or mojo pork) or enjoy a classic Cuban Sandwich. Or sip on a daiquiri and gaze out over downtown from their amazing rooftop. 15 Page Avenue, 4th Floor

Polanco

Polanco is a relaxed, intimate restaurant serving an eclectic Mexican menu with vegetarian and vegan options. Enjoy authentic dishes such as mole and chiles en nogada. Polanco can also be booked as a private event space and comfortably seats at least 50 people, up to 75. 10 North Market St

Salsa's

Since 1994, Salsa’s has been a favorite downtown destination, serving up Mexican-Caribbean cuisine with fresh, local ingredients. Sip on a Mezcal Margarita, bite into a savory burrito, or share signature salsas with corn tortilla chips. 6 Patton Ave


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