Discover Restaurants offering the best Mexican food in Stow, Ohio, United States. Stow is a city in Summit County, Ohio, United States. The population was 34,837 at the 2010 census and 34,797 at the 2015 estimate. It is a suburban community within the Akron metropolitan area. Stow is adjacent to several other suburban communities in Summit and Portage counties. It is bordered on the south by the cities of Tallmadge and Munroe Falls and the village of Silver Lake, on the east by the city of Kent and Franklin Township, on the north by the city of Hudson, and on the west by the city of Cuyahoga Falls.
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4 based on 54 reviews
We were in town visiting so this was our first time here. We ordered chips and guacamole. We really enjoyed it and the chips had some seasoning on them which we really liked. We were happy with the different guacamole selections. I then tried to order a beer. The waitress came back to say they didnât have it. So I chose another. The waitress then came back to tell me they didnât have that either. So I picked a third and got the same story, but based on the beers I was choosing the bartender just gave me a beer free of charge that she thought I would like since they were out of what I was choosing off the menu. I did like the beer that I was given tho, so no complaints there. Just strange how short the beer supply was. We also ordered the Nashville hot chicken taco and the Great Lakes beer battered walleye taco. The Nashville chicken taco seemed surprisingly bland. We also got the Cubano and we liked it. So overall the restaurant seems hit or miss. I would still give it another try tho. Service was also a bit slow but our waitress was as accommodating as she could be.
Went to Moe's just the other day. Have been in Texas for a couple of months and just wanted a simple Mexican flair lunch. Was not disappointed. Didn't want my burrito wrapped so I asked for "Ear Muffs" I don't know where they got that name but it works. I asked for no rice, got it. I asked for both bean kinds, got them. I asked for ground beef, got it. As I went down the counter, I got everything I asked for, including some hot Jalapenos. I used some of their hot sauce in the bottle and had a diet drink. Everything I asked for. Not fancy, just good eats. Thanks
4 based on 9 reviews
Went here for the first time for lunch yesterday. My favorite thing about Mexican restaurants is the chips & salsa. The chips they were serving yesterday were anything but fresh. They were orange and soiled in nasty oil that taste like they had been fried in old used cooking oil. We asked for new chips and even explained why (in Spanish mind you). The server was less than sympathetic and said all the chips were like that and they had fried them that morning. So no new chips. (However, the table across the way received new chips as the couple seemed to complain about it as we did. And their new batch of chips were yellow, not dingy orange!) My husband liked his Huevos Rancheros. I had the Super Rice Bowl. It wasnât bad. They mustâve ran out of corn, as that was one of the ingredients, and subbed it with green peas, which in no complimented the dish. Overall, I was pretty disappointed with this restaurant and most likely wonât return.
4 based on 16 reviews
We ate at Salista's after a long drive to Stow for a family funeral. We were staying at the Fairfield Inn across the way and were thankful for a non-chain restaurant that we could walk to. It was late Sunday evening and the restaurant was pretty empty. The service was friendly and responsive and as other stated, the portions are large. Husband got a combo platter that was enough for at least two people, so we wound up taking about a third of a meal back to the room with us (good thing we had a suite with a fridge!). I had a shrimp taco salad that really hit the spot after a day of eating junk food all day in the car.I envisioned coming back during the week after a long day with the family to sit at friendly the bar with a drink, but we never made it back during this visit. Hopefully we will next time we are in the area.
We are frequent visitors to this Chipolte. They meet all of Chipolteâs quality standards and we have never had any mishaps or not peasant food. The staff is always pleasant and greets us with a smileâ¦ despite the fact they always seem to be slammed with customers every time we go. We often take advantage of the online ordering. This is really a great option that allows you to skip the line and go straight to checkout.
4 based on 65 reviews
Food was good as usual but they no longer take coupons. I hate to complain over a $5 coupon but I like to save when I can and since we spent almost $50 and left a $10 tip it surprised me when they refused it at the register. We wonât be dining here anymore based on the attitude of the cashier
4 based on 76 reviews
Excellent Mexican cuisine. Took me home with memories of living in Taxco, Guerrero fifty years ago. The choices for dinner are excellent. My favorite? Mole poblano. The good is great and the staff are kind and considerate. We loved it! Can't wait to go again!
4 based on 48 reviews
We went for dinner on a busy Friday night. The staff were friendly and their menu offered a variety of dishes and long list of margarita flavors. The chips and salsa were ok but could have been fresher. Our party was happy with our entrees which were prepared exactly to order.
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