Orlando >Mucho Tequila and Tacos
Kicked us out from table.
Chicken tacos were pretty tasteless, sangria was marginal, flan was way too dense and had an odd flavor. THe worst thing was the service. We had ordered drinks, dinner AND dessert and they had the nerve to ask us to switch tables TWICE BEFORE WE WERE DONE.
UNBELIEVABLE! Very rude, word of mouth sinks restaurants, you should treat your customers better!
Great outside seating - great location - good food.
Mucho is a popular happy hour and late night destination. If the weather is good, there is always a good crowd outside.
Mondays are happy hour all day long with $2 tacos, $2 beer and $2 tequila shots. The tacos are good. Better than fast food/chain food but not as good as regular mexican. They have a good variety of hot sauce to add to your food. The bean dips are EXCELLENT the queso dip is decent for $5, not a huge serving. Salsa is great - very fresh.
If you want a low-key, relaxed environment for people-watching and drinking this is the place to go.
Dinner & Margaritas for $10? I'm in!.
Mucho is the place to be after work. Boasting nightly specials until close on top of their already great prices, and daily happy hour until 6pm, they attract the corporate crowd, young urbanites, and all margarita fans.
You are greeted with bottomless chips & salsa and the night's featured special (which ranges from a free tequila shot with Corona, 2-for-1 magaritas, to half-price beer buckets). Their menu features 101 brands of tequila, $2.75 original loaded tacos, $7 giant burritos, and an amazing original recipe of southwest chicken chili for $4. Make your favorite taco a platter with rice and beans for just $1.75 more.
The atmosphere is lively, somewhat loud. I absolutely love going there in a group of friends - it's the best place to spend a couple of hours, get a couple of margaritas, try a new taco platter, and only spend 10 bucks!
So-So Mexican Food Great Tequila Bar. Call it what it is, a Tequila Bar. Anyone with tastebuds will tell you once they have eatten here that you don't go for the food. The food here tastes like it is microwaved. If you want good Mexican go to Paxia. There is nothing gourmet hiding here but if you want some decent chips and salsa accompanied by some booty kicking margaritas, than this is the place. The ambiance dark and usually quite loud so go for fun not to converse. Try the margarita with jalepeno in it (can't remember the name because I drank too many) it has a kick!
Citysearch Editorial Review. Urbanites are lured inside this Mexican restaurant by candle holders surrounded by brown wooden beads in the front windows and a touch of mystery before digging into tacos and other delights in the 101 Eola condo complex in Downtown Orlando. The restaurant’s drink menu boasts 101 tequila brands and references the spirit in its phone number with the last four digits spelling worm. Besides the liquor, the dimly lit boite serves enchiladas, chimichangas, burritos, fajitas, fish tacos to Mexican burgers with a kick. The dining destination features flat-screen TVs, black-and-white Mexican photos, ceramic masks, lizards and sombreros adorning reddish orange walls, ornate lamps and metal stars hanging from roped planks above booths and wooden tables and a shot chair for when the night gets rockin’.
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