Get Your Local Spice On
Find the Bistros, Bars and Taco Trucks Serving Up El Yucateco Near You
Ever been out to dinner at a favorite spot, but found yourself missing that extra kick of spice from your hot sauce collection back home? For some, the hot sauce holster is required for a meal out, but for those without a pocket bottle, El Yucateco still has you covered.
Bars and restaurants across the US feature El Yucateco sauces on their menus, in their cocktails, and on their tables. They bring the spice, so you don’t have to!
We have started a list, checked it twice… wait, wrong list. THIS list is full of awesome flavor. We have pulled together a quick peek around the country at eight (8) different amazing restaurants that all use El Yucateco in various different ways and every one is currently open for pick up or delivery.
It is not news to anyone that we all want and need to support our favorite restaurants right now, so this list is going to serve all kinds of purposes:
- Help us help our restaurant partners all around the country by telling us what YOUR favorite bar or restaurant is that uses our products. Then we can add them to this list and give them a shout out!
- Everyone around the country gets to have a killer list of super cool restaurants to refer to once we all start traveling and visiting each other again. How cool is that?!
- Even in these times of delivery and take-out, you can get your flavor fix while supporting the folks down the street. Your community and your taste buds will thank you.
Want a fresh oyster bar right in your backyard? If you live in or around the Windy City, just call up Logan Oyster Socials and have them bring the raw bar to you.
They’ll take your party to a whole new level, bringing decadence on the half-shell with an array of fresh oysters, fresh-made mignonettes, and all the spicy extras to round out your taste of the sea.
They’re shucking awesome!
Nomads Southtown Kitchen + Bar
Nomads is the funkiest mom and pop stop we’ve had the pleasure to see. Growing out of an old gas station tucked into South Fayetteville, they mix up an unconventional brew of artisanal cocktails, craft beer, local music, art, and comedy, all out of their locally stocked craft kitchen.
Known for Northwest Arkansas’ biggest Mimosa Brunch five days a week, they created the Spice Girls Mimosa, featuring El Yucateco. And, with brunches posing current social distance challenges, they now offer take-home mimosa kits. Yes. We said it, you can have your mimosa and stay at home, too. For the next morning, they even have take-home hangover cures. They have your brunches and your back.
Jensen Beach, FL
Perched a block from the inlet just across the causeway from Jensen Beach Park, Tako Tiki is the perfect place to grab your take-out on the shore.
When you’re ready for a spicy night out, their live music lineup and $2 Taco Tuesdays will keep you happy and hopping all night long. It’s a local favorite and a treat for anyone heading down the coast, mixing local fresh flavors and drinks.
Life isn’t always tacos and tequila, but it should be.
Pancho’s Mexican Food Truck
Shoutout to the newest addition to the El Yucateco family!
Pancho’s Mexican Food Truck is a brand new service, canvasing the mean (or not so mean) streets of Lehighton, Pennsylvania!
Their “Cochinita Pibil” isn’t just delicious pork braised in citrus and slow-cooked for ages, it’s wrapped in banana leaves for the process, in native Yucatan style.
This is the family made Mexican taste you’ve been craving, no restaurant required.
Los Angeles, CA
Wax Paper Co
This may just be the sweetest and spiciest neighborhood sandwich shop on the planet. But wait, there’s two! With sister locations in Frogtown and Chinatown, of sunny LA, Wax Paper has expanded to fill the needs and bellies of its beloved fans, without compromising on flavor, style, or their local, sustainable mindset.
Their goal of providing the community with a place to eat, drink, relax, relate, and create, hasn’t been slowed down as their options for take-out and delivery have expanded. They’re touching hearts, minds, and hungry stomachs across the valley.
New York City
This is not your mama’s Mexican food. Well, unless your mama was a professional chef from Mexico City.
Located in Midtown Manhattan, this upscale bar and restaurant offers creative Mexican dishes in a stylish setting, designed for a unique New York experience.
Avail yourself of tantalizing cocktails, craft mescal, and tequila while snacking on the most authentic street-style Mexican cooking in NYC.
New York City
Oaxaca Taqueria isn’t just feeding hungry customers in the age of social distancing, they’re feeding hungry kids. They have ten locations around NYC, and every single weekday they provide free meals to kids who’re currently missing school and may be missing lunch as a result.
They’re also working with area hospitals to feed the frontline workers of New York.
These guys have hearts way bigger than their kitchens and are working hard to supply great food to great people.
Plus, they make killer tacos. If you’re in the Big Apple, find a stand and give Oaxaca the love they deserve.
Your taste buds will thank you.
Overland Park, KS
Tortilla Ranch Mexican Grill
Food brings us together, and Tortilla Ranch aims to do just that.
Their logo is the Aztec goddess of nourishment and plenty, encouraging everyone to gather around her table and give thanks to the land that feeds them.
Their casual vibe and speedy preparation ensure that everyone eats well, via dining, take-out, or delivery. You can tell from the rave reviews that people keep coming back for more!
We have a long history working with Chefs and Mixologists all around the country and have serious amounts of respect for their craft and what they do. This is just a small handful to kick off what we hope will become a fun and very long list. Come back to check, as we’ll be updating it regularly!
We hope it will support both our restaurants and our loyal fans. Good people helping out good people!
Sauce On Guys and Send Us Your Restaurants! We’ll even credit you (if you want the fame)!