Two New Mexican Restaurants Open in Philly

Two New Mexican Restaurants Open in Philly

Photo: Añejo Philly | Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar

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Philadelphia, PAMexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar - Philadelphia's dining scene just became a whole lot more interesting with the addition of two new Mexican Restaurants"Añejo Philly" Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar and Spring Gardens New Open-Air Restaurant "Juno".


New Outside Dining Mexican Restaurants in Philadelphia

Añejo Philly | Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar Añejo Mexican Restaurant and Tequila Bar Open's in Philadelphia- Launched their first dining establishment outside of New York City, in Philadelphia's in Northern Liberties at the Piazza, at 1001 N. 2nd Street. Añejo boasts innovative Mexican cuisine together with specialty cocktails and agave-based spirits. Chef Camacho and Chef De Cuisine Willie Hernandez in the kitchen will offer guests a contemporary take on both traditional and non-traditional Authentic Mexican Cuisine.


Spring Gardens New Open-Air Restaurant JunoSpring Gardens New Open-Air Restaurant Juno - The owners of Morgan's Pier, Rosy's Taco Bar, Harper's Garden and Craft Hall announces a brand-new, entirely open-air new restaurant to open this Friday. Outdoor dining destination Juno will make its grand debut this Friday in the middle of the Spring Arts District at 1033 Spring Garden Street - in the former location of Llama Tooth.


Philadelphia Best OfOther Articles About Mexican Food in Philadelphia

 

Tacos and Taquerias in PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Mexican Fare - Tacos are a time-honored Mexican dish comprised of corn, wheat, or flour tortilla with a variety of fillings. Philadelphia has several great taco restaurants from Mexican eateries offering up this time-honored traditional fare to informal countertop joints


Fajitas in PhiladelphiaFajitas in Philadelphia - The Fajita is a Tex-Mex and Mexican cuisine consisting of grilled meats, usually served as a taco on a flour or corn tortilla. In Philadelphia, the Fajita can be found at popular restaurants to traditional Mexican joints.


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