Tex-Mex restaurants are a staple of eating out in the south. From flavorful fajitas to enticing enchiladas and magnificent margaritas, there's something for everyone. Even in the northeast corner of the state of Texas, you can find some amazing hot spots on both sides of the border as we present this list of Texarkana Tex-Mex restaurants.
Fuzzy's Taco Shop
“Let’s get fresh” is one of their famous taglines. And most people agree that Fuzzy’s is known for using the freshest ingredients. They’re famous for their burritos with fillings like tempura shrimp. Watch out for the Butt Burnin’ Hot Sauce.
Open Sunday – Thursday from 10:00am-10:00pm and Friday – Saturday from 10:00am-10:00pm.
Located at: 4849 Texas Blvd.
Photo Courtesy: Fuzzy Taco Shop Instagram
Colima's Mexican Food
They are dedicated to serving up some recipes out of Colima, Mexico near the Pacific Ocean. Try a seafood plate and some toreados, a delicious take on roasted jalapeños. Colima’s has been a part of the Texarkana cuisine scene since 2006.
Open Monday – Saturday from 8:30am-8:30pm. Closed on Sunday
Located at 3505 Summerhill Rd.
Phot Courtesy: Clolima’s Mexican Food website
Loca Luna is one of the newest Texarkana Tex-Mex restaurants. Some of the specialties include the Fajita Potato, Molcajete, and El Valle Especial (chicken breast, ribeye steak, and cheese enchilada). Yum.
Open Sunday – Thursday from 11:00am-9:30pm and Friday – Saturday from 11:00am-10:00pm
Located at 4400 Moores Lane
Photo courtesy: Loca Luna Facebook page
On the Border
Started in Dallas, this restaurant is known for great margaritas and they prepare guacamole tableside. They have a vegetarian and gluten free menu in addition to all the traditional Tex-Mex options you know and love. Check out their website for specials.
Open 7 Days a Week from 11:00am-11:00pm
Located at 4300 St. Michael Dr.
Photo Courtesy: On the Border website
Ta Molly's Mexican Kitchen
With over 30 years of experience, TaMolly’s is there for you. Fresh vegetables chopped daily. Salsa made with steam-peeled Roma tomatoes. USDA All-American skirt steaks. Fresh white-meat chicken and Arkansas-grown rice.
Open 7 Days a Week from 11:00am-9:00pm
2 Texarkana Tex-Mex restaurants – 3801 East 9th St. in Arkansas and 3310 St. Michael Dr. in Texas
Photo Courtesy: Ta Molly’s website
Located downtown, Zapata’s puts a fresh spin on run-of-the-mill Tex-Mex dishes. Try the Mexican Shish Kabob called “Alambres.” Or if you want seafood, there’s salmon, mahi mahi, and yellow fin tuna.
Open Monday – Thursday from 11:00am-10:00pm and Friday – Saturday – Sunday from 11:00am-11:00pm. Closed on Sunday.
Located at 217 Walnut St.
Photo Courtesy: Zapata Facebook
Ruvalcaba Tacos y Antojitos
Try this place for tortas (Mexican sandwiches) and antojitos (a thick tortilla fried into a bowl and filled). Add a shrimp cocktail as well.
Open Monday – Saturday from 11:00am-9:00pm and Sunday from 11:00am-4:00pm
Located at 4300 N. State Line. Ave.
Photo Courtesy: Ruvalcaba Tacos y Antojitos Facebook
Yoli's Mexican Grill
There’s a good number of seafood plates available and of course the traditional Tex-Mex favorites at this Wake Village restaurant.
Open Monday-Saturday from 10:30am-9:00pm and Sunday from 10:30am-4:00pm
Located at 839 Redwater Rd.
Photo Courtesy: Yoli’s Mexican Grill Facebook
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We hope you will go out and enjoy one or more of these Texarkana Tex-Mex restaurants. If you know of a restaurant that needs to be added to this list, let us know. Enjoy!