Tucked away in Somers Point, El Costeño is a new Mexican restaurant worth seeking out.
Address: 28 East Maryland Ave., Somers Point
Hours: Sun.-Thurs. 11am-10pm; Fri. & Sat. 10am-11pm
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There are quite a few Mexican restaurants in the area, and Mexico Restaurant and Bar is one of the best. You enter the restaurant through the friendly lounge with a long, full-service bar, which serv...
You've heard the cliché about the eyes being too big for the stomach? Well, that aphorism certainly held true for dining partner Dan and me during our visit to Mexico Restaurant & Bar in Atlantic City. We found the restaurant's extensive menu so-o-o tempting, and observed the dishes being served to diners at nearby tables to be very colorful and eye-appealing. Since brothers Marcos and Baruh Villa, natives of Oaxaca, Mexico, opened Mexico Restaurant & Bar eight years ago, it has become a favorite place for diners seeking authentic Mexican cuisine (not Tex-Mex) served in a bright, cheerful atmosphere. While Marcos keeps everything running smoothly in the front of the restaurant, Baruh puts his 20 years of chef's experience to good stead by turning out "made from scratch" Mexican goodies from the kitchen. Mexico Restaurant & Bar has a plain storefront exterior, but the décor of the dining rooms and bar exhibit pleasing Mexican influences. The main dining room has pottery, serapes and sombreros decorating the walls, and red, green and white banners (the color of Mexico's flag) with images of famous Mexican heroes hanging from the ceiling. The tables are topped with glass-covered white cloths. Although the restaurant was very...