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Los Toros Mexican Restaurant in Jacksonville has Great Mexican!

Mexican is the type of cuisine that can be a flavor adventure every time it is dined upon.  The different regions of Mexico provide dishes that vary in spice, meats, flavors, and heat.  Though not every dish can be represented at one restaurant, Los Toros Mexican Restaurant on Baymeadows Road does their best.  Los Toros provides a menu that has inspiration from different regions of Mexico, while still providing the dishes that Jacksonville diners love like Tacos, Burritos, Fajitas, and Nachos.  They also have fantastic Margaritas for great prices!

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Walking into Los Toros is like walking into a party.  There are bold, bright colors splashed everywhere along with piñatas, wall hangings, and fun Mexican kitsch that all add to the festive feeling.  The food at Los Toros is the real standout though.  Dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients, by people who know how to cook.  Los Toros has Mexican seasoning down to a science, and the Fajitas certainly prove that.  For around $14, a diner receives perfectly seasoned, sizzling meat, accompanied by Tortillas, Guacamole, Sour Cream, Cheese, Pico de Gallo, Refried Beans, and Rice.  The perfect meal.  Another highlight, as previously mentioned, are their house Margaritas.  A glass is $4 and a large pitcher is only $16, well worth every penny. 

So why not try Los Toros Mexican Restaurant on your next outing?  They have coupons available in both the Entertainment Book (if you have a book) and the Money Pages that will save you the price of a dinner, making it almost impossible not to visit!  Los Toros Mexican Restaurant is located at:          

5210 Baymeadows Road
Jacksonville, FL 32217-4806
(904) 367-8633





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