Mexican restaurants gulf shores

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2023.06.02 13:16 remorsecode- Hong Kong's best...

As a Tokyo lurker, I quite like this format where the community chimes in on recommendations around a theme, like the city's best sandwiches or ramen (links below). What would you guys think we started something like that here so we have better sources than just Time Out.
Possible topics:
-pizza -clay pot rice -Mexican restaurants -affordable sushi
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2023.06.02 13:03 Calm-Ad-1033 Mamacita’s

Went last weekend to this small restaurant/ Mexican market on park ave. Food was amazing, have house made salsas to go, fresh made tortillas, and meats you can get to go for making tacos. It was $30 for pulled prime rib(enough for 10 tacos), salsa verde, pico, guacamole, and the house made tortillas. The spot wasn’t very busy and it was the best Mexican food I’ve ever had in Newfoundland. 10/10 and would recommend for everyone to try.
I have no affiliation with the business, it was just so good it would be a shame to see them close down, check em out!
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2023.06.02 10:48 DekeJeffery Gulf Shores to Host Exciting Array of Talent at 2023 Summer Music Concerts

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2023.06.02 09:43 GameOverMan1986 Carlita’s: Culinary Gentrification

Carlita’s: Culinary Gentrification
I’m reluctant to hate on a place that is clearly popular with our community, but my experience here brought up some uncomfortable things I see happening in the restaurant scene.
I’m actually OK with what others might call “appropriation” in the restaurant industry. In this case, a white guy opening up a restaurant with a clear Mexican theme: tacos and margaritas (among other native and Americanized classics). What I do take issue with is when said entrepreneurs take a food concept that is known for its accessibility, in that it’s typically modestly priced when executed by the people from the culture it originates, and puts it on a rooftop and charges 3x more than it really should be.
Yes, I know people are paying for ambiance, and the location can’t be cheap, but: $13 chips and guac. $12 margaritas that can’t amount to more than 10oz of actual liquid. $6 tacos that are frankly quite simple in execution and ingredients.
During my visit to this popular downtown spot, the second of it’s kind (first is in PDX), I sensed what was confirmed after I left and did a little googling. Carlita’s is not owned by a woman named Carlita, nor is it owned by someone with a mom named Carlita. It’s owned by Mark Byrum, a Springfield native whose interest and successful ventures in the restaurant industry in PDX brought him back to this area to open this “concept”, inspired by “a friend in Ohio”, and you know, “using the Mexican influence”, but also Whisky, because of consciousness around “What’s hot” and “trending”. The Carlita’s vibe was all of that before I looked any of this up.
Of course, this is nothing new. I’m just disappointed around the hot trend of people like this taking traditionally accessible and inexpensive food and “elevating” (literally - roof top) it to the point of exclusivity (price).
The food and drink was fine, but this culture stinks.
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2023.06.02 09:32 Huntdupl Looking for URC Total Control Programming

Backstory: My wife and I purchase our first home three years ago. At the time I was working on restaurant out of state (design work) and hit it off with the AV consultant. Started talking home automation and what would be a good fit for DIY. Took the opportunity to prewire my house during renovation and he was gracious enough to sell me all the hardware at cost as well as offer to do some remote programming. He spent a lot of time helping me coordinate the infrastructure, I spent a lot of time and money doing it but most rewarding was learning and figuring out how this all works. Certainly became a hobby.
Anyway, they’re extremely busy all the time working on million dollar houses. I’ve got 1450 sf…I’ve successfully been able to work out one day of remote programming and a previously couple hours here or there configuring network - I’m two years down the road and they don’t have time to help. Always offering to pay, dropping “how y’all looking, any free time” every couple months, even sent expensive bottle of booze to hopefully keep me front of mind just because…its embarrassing. Im so close, all the backend stuff is configured in Accelerator, I just need the final two ways setup for lights/audio then voice. TVs communicating, but TC user interface needs to be purged of useless menus.
There’s almost no one locally to Louisiana who messes with URC. Are there any remote programming services available to recommendations for companies outside the dealer who sold me the stuff? Anyone come to mind akin to, “oh ____ is a wiz, he could knockout a 1500 sf project in a day”??
I’ve got thousands of dollars invested and seems like we’ll outgrow this house before I ever get to use the system I learned all about (not to mention my time investment and labor).
System overview: MRX-15 Ra2Select lighting - 10 or so dimmers 8 zones Heos 3 Frame TVs Reolink Surveillance Echo voice was the plan 15+25 port poe Araknis UniFi All lives locally on a miniPC
Any advice? Any recommendations for help along the gulf coast? Thank you
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2023.06.02 06:30 transcribersofreddit TrollXChromosomes Image "trip to the Mexican restaurant was a success"

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2023.06.02 06:27 gigitee Use ChatGpt to start travel planning vs asking city based subreddits.

I like helping people but the posts where people ask for travel advice without giving much in the way of budget, activities, or interests are not very productive. Happens a lot in /LosAngeles Normally, I just ignore them but figured I would post this tip. I Here is a sample of how ChatGpt can help you get started. You can easily iterate on things like restaurants as well.
User provide an itinerary for a 10 day trip to los angeles. I want to stay in no more than two hotels and want to be less than 30 miles from Disneyland and malibu beach. My hotel budget is $250 per night and the hotels should be in lower crime areas. ChatGPT Sure! Here's a sample itinerary for a 10-day trip to Los Angeles, considering your preferences for hotel location, budget, and proximity to Disneyland and Malibu Beach:
Day 1: Arrival in Los Angeles
Check into your first hotel located in a lower crime area within 30 miles of Disneyland. Rest and relax after your journey. Day 2: Disneyland
Spend the day exploring Disneyland Park and/or Disney California Adventure Park. Enjoy various rides, attractions, shows, and meet Disney characters. Day 3: Los Angeles City Exploration
Visit popular tourist spots in Los Angeles, such as the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Griffith Observatory, and the Getty Center. Explore the vibrant neighborhoods of Hollywood and Beverly Hills. Day 4: Universal Studios
Spend the day at Universal Studios Hollywood, enjoying thrilling rides and attractions based on popular movies. Explore the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and experience the studio tour. Day 5: Santa Monica and Malibu Beach
Check out of your first hotel and move to a hotel in a lower crime area within 30 miles of Malibu Beach. Visit Santa Monica Pier and enjoy the beach, amusement park rides, and lively atmosphere. In the afternoon, head to Malibu Beach and relax by the ocean. Day 6: Malibu Exploration
Explore Malibu further by visiting the Getty Villa, which houses an extensive collection of ancient art. Enjoy the scenic beauty and tranquility of Point Dume State Beach and Preserve. Indulge in delicious seafood at one of Malibu's renowned restaurants. Day 7: Griffith Park and Observatory
Visit Griffith Park and hike up to the Griffith Observatory for panoramic views of the city. Explore the observatory's exhibits and enjoy the planetarium shows. Take a leisurely stroll through the park and enjoy the outdoor activities. Day 8: Downtown Los Angeles
Spend the day in downtown Los Angeles, visiting attractions like The Broad (contemporary art museum), Grand Central Market (food hall), and Olvera Street (historic Mexican marketplace). Enjoy the vibrant nightlife and dining options in downtown LA. Day 9: Beach Day in Venice and Manhattan Beach
Spend the morning exploring the colorful Venice Beach boardwalk, with its street performers and unique shops. In the afternoon, head to Manhattan Beach for some sun, sand, and beach activities. Enjoy a beachfront dinner at one of the restaurants overlooking the ocean. Day 10: Departure
Check out of your hotel and depart from Los Angeles, concluding your trip. Please note that this itinerary is just a suggestion, and you can customize it based on your specific interests and preferences. Additionally, it's recommended to check the current status and operating hours of attractions and plan accordingly.
User recommend hotels for this stay that are a member of the hilton hotel chain ChatGPT Certainly! Here are two Hilton hotels that meet your criteria for a 10-day trip to Los Angeles, with proximity to both Disneyland and Malibu Beach, within a lower crime area, and a budget of $250 per night:
Hilton Anaheim Located approximately 13 miles from Disneyland. Offers comfortable rooms, on-site dining options, a pool, and a fitness center. It is situated in a safe area and provides convenient access to Disneyland Resort. The hotel is within your budget range. Hilton Woodland Hills/Los Angeles Situated approximately 24 miles from Malibu Beach. Features spacious rooms, a pool, fitness center, and on-site dining options. Located in Woodland Hills, which is considered a safe area. It offers a comfortable stay within your budget. Please note that hotel rates can vary based on the time of year and availability, so it's recommended to check the current rates and availability for your specific travel dates.
User change the location of the second hotel to something closer to hollywood ChatGPT Certainly! Here's an alternative Hilton hotel option closer to Hollywood:
Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City Located approximately 6 miles from Hollywood. Offers comfortable rooms, on-site dining options, a pool, and a fitness center. Situated in a safe area and provides convenient access to Universal Studios Hollywood and other Hollywood attractions. The hotel is within your budget range. This hotel is closer to Hollywood, allowing for easier exploration of Hollywood's attractions, such as the Walk of Fame, TCL Chinese Theatre, and Hollywood Boulevard.
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2023.06.02 06:22 JDnotsalinger trip to the Mexican restaurant was a success

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2023.06.02 05:16 hello010101 Favorite unique places/restaurants to eat?

Outside of Asian (Chinese, Japanese, Korean)/Mexican/American food, what's your favorite places to eat?
For example, I enjoy Sri Lankan, Ukrainian, Uzebek, Russian, Carribbean food. I'm trying to eat unique food places or restaurants that aren't the same areas/countries.
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2023.06.02 05:04 Kkwahti 3 Bedroom/3 Bath Apartment Lease Takeover $665/Per Person for Three

Available: July 1st (very flexible) – October 30th with option to renew
We are seeking a lease takeover for a three-bedroom townhouse. We absolutely love this apartment. It is with a heavy heart that we are letting it go. Brand new building (finished in 2019). We’re the second tenants in this apartment, and you could be the third! The kitchen is completely updated with sleek stainless-steel appliances and a gas stove, and the bathrooms are updated and beautiful as well. It’s an open layout, making it even more spacious.
Neighborhood: Between Old Kensington and Norris Square. There are restaurants and bars nearby.
· Two fresh local produce grocery stores in walking distance
· Human Robot (brewery), Sutton’s Bar, Sor Ynez (Mexican restaurant and great brunch spot), and Luna Café (breakfast, lunch, super cute spot) are all within 5 minutes’ walk.
· Handball and Basketball court within 5 minutes (we rollerskate here!)
· Affordable and practical gym 2 minutes walking
· Dog parks and local SEPTA train station within 10 minutes’ walk.
· 15-minute walk Temple University Charles Library
- Personal bathroom for each bedroom
- Full size washedryer
- Patio Deck
- Dishwasher
- Free parking spot (street access)
Move in date is flexible, but ideally, we’re looking for someone to move in July 1. The lease ends October 30th, with the opportunity to renew. The landlord does complete a background check and proof of income. Having a guarantor is accepted. Please dm me for more information and/or if you have questions. The apartment is available to tour with at least 24-hour notice.
About the tenants: Each of us are professionals commuting to NYC and King of Prussia 4-5 days a week, and it isn’t sustainable for us to stay. There are two of us in the bedrooms downstairs, and we’re using the room upstairs as an office for our WFH days.
** Apartment Total Monthly Rent is $2000. Single room leasing is not available as this is a complete lease takeover agreement.
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2023.06.02 04:49 beggsy909 Homestyle Mexican food.

What are the best homestyle Mexican restaurants in LA?
I'm talking about Mexican restaurants that serve Mexican plates of rice, refried beans (usually topped with yellow cheese), hard shell tacos, chile relllenos, chili colorado, wet burritos etc.
A couple of examples throughout the city would be El Coyote, La Cabana, Paco's Tacos.
I've always heard this style of food referred to as homestyle. But recently someone told me it's called Tex-Mex. I've never heard it called Tex-Mex but for all I know it is Tex-Mex.
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2023.06.02 04:18 Ok-Bathroom6696 im staying in gulf shores rn for a week and was wondering if anyone get buy me alcohol

ill give you the money plus $10
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2023.06.02 03:48 mcheehee Server in training here. What are some tips that will help me out?

Training to be a server at a local Mexican restaurant. What are some things I should know/keep in mind as I begin serving?
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2023.06.02 02:32 Firecracker7413 My dad got mad at me for leaving a large tip on a comped meal.

My dad got mad at me for leaving a large tip on a comped meal.
TL;DR: Dad gets mad at me for leaving a $20 tip on a comped (free) order worth $50. Still pissed at me for it 30 min later.
For some context, my uncle owns a very popular Mexican restaurant that we frequent. The staff know us well and are always incredibly nice.
I was stuck at work late tonight due to a large accident causing delay on my route home. Since the restaurant is close to my workplace, I decided I’d swing by and grab dinner there with some friends. The only problem was that I forgot my wallet at home, so I texted my uncle and told him I’d give him the credit details over the phone, which he was OK with and told the server to be ready for me.
Me and my friends (2 people) arrive, have our meal, and ask for the check. My friends agreed to pay for the bill, and in precaution I Venmoed my friend $20 to cover my cost. However, when the waiter came, we were informed that the entire bill (around $50) had been covered, and we didn’t owe any money.
Since I already Venmoed my friend, I told him to just put the $20 toward the tip (friend left a $20 bill in exchange for my Venmo money) since that would be the cost of my food anyway. We leave and go our separate ways to head home.
As soon as I walk in the door (after 12+ hours of being away from home), my dad’s first words were berating me for leaving a large tip (my mom told him about the Venmo because they can see my account). I tell him that I felt bad about not paying for food, so the $20 seemed fair. He gets pissy and yells that the servers “did nothing” and “don’t deserve” a large tip, despite me and my mom being 100% ok with the amount.
He’s still pissed off over nothing at the time of me writing this (30 min later), and I’m honestly so over his shit. Come home from a long day at work to be verbally abused over being kind to a waiter.
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2023.06.02 01:23 Darab318 3000 "Javelin" wielding Mexican sicarios

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2023.06.02 00:17 slingaporesing Hungover after NA cocktails

Just wondering if I need to be suspicious of if this has been occurring to others but last night we had a big corporate dinner and as per usual the alcohol was abundant. It was this fancy Mexican place and I order virgin Margherita all night while others were getting hammered on the alcoholic versions. I got a seperate glass and my drink was distinctly different looking from the rest and I felt sober as the conversations went down and quality and volume went up. However the next morning I woke up from a soaked sheet, due to night sweats, banging headache and feeling like I licked an ashtray. Now I'm thinking back to all those nights of hangovers and whether a lot of the attributions that I gave to the alcoholic were possibly at least in part due to the other elements of a party night, I.e. Salty food, loud talking, sugary drinks, little sleep etc etc. Or is this some placebo hangover as my body has been so accustomed to after a night like that feel miserable the day after?
Anyone had similar experiences or should I be worried the restaurant did serve me alcohol?
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2023.06.01 23:49 AnotherCrazyChick Appreciation post: Tex Mex and Tex Food

Let’s get this sub going. I grew up in Texas and moved away over a decade ago. I still visit and what I miss most is the food. I moved to Oregon and lived there for 10 years. I asked the locals where I could find good Tex Mex. I was referred to a restaurant that only had mango salsa and mango or pineapple in the majority of dishes. You know, because the west coast is the closest to Hawaii, so they integrated that into their cuisine. It’s not Tex Mex in any form or fashion. There was no queso dip outside of Chipotle once they started advertising it and it was not sufficient and it’s not the same. The Mexican restaurants that offered queso were more Mexican focused and the “queso” was mostly cheese and not dip. A solid piece of melted cheese that was fried. Growing up in DFW, Taco Casa was the best. In my hometown, the high school was next door to a Taco Casa, so I ate there for lunch regularly. Back when we had off campus eating. And also Whataburger. Did you know Whataburger has chicken fajita wraps? They aren’t always on the menu, but they still have them and I love them. Also Braum’s ice cream. There was no drive thru ice cream in Oregon. There are multiples here in NY, but it’s not Braum’s. All places have limited options of flavors and it’s mostly soft serve yogurt. While I do recommend Texan’s try Oregon Tillamook cheese and ice cream, I still miss Braum’s.
Thank you for reading my rant and reminiscence.
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2023.06.01 22:24 FoodieLoverForver What are the best Indian restaurants in the Bay Area?

The Bay Area is home to a vibrant and diverse Indian food scene, with numerous restaurants offering authentic and delicious Indian cuisine. While it's challenging to pinpoint the absolute best Indian restaurant in the region, here are some highly regarded establishments known for their exceptional Indian food:
Dosa : Dosa is a popular restaurant with locations in San Francisco and Oakland. They specialize in South Indian cuisine and are known for their flavorful dosas (rice and lentil crepes), as well as other traditional South Indian dishes.
Amber India: Amber India has multiple locations in the Bay Area, including San Francisco and Mountain View. They offer a contemporary twist on Indian cuisine, with a menu featuring a wide range of dishes from various regions of India.
Udupi Palace: Udupi Palace is a vegetarian Indian restaurant located in Berkeley. They specialize in South Indian vegetarian cuisine, serving dishes like dosas, uttapams, curries, and thalis.
Vik's Chaat Corner: Located in Berkeley, Vik's Chaat Corner is a popular spot for Indian street food and chaat. They offer a variety of flavorful snacks and street-style dishes, including samosas, bhel puri, and various chaat items.
Curry Up Now:Curry Up Now is a fast-casual Indian restaurant with multiple locations in the Bay Area. They serve a fusion of Indian and Mexican flavors, offering items like burritos filled with Indian-inspired ingredients, as well as traditional Indian dishes.
These are just a few examples of highly regarded Indian restaurants in the Bay Area. The region is known for its diverse and high-quality Indian food offerings, so exploring different neighborhoods and trying out various restaurants will provide you with a wide range of culinary experiences.
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2023.06.01 22:23 FoodieLoverForver What restaurants in California are cheap and good to eat at?

California offers a wide range of dining options, including many affordable restaurants that serve delicious food. Here are a few recommendations for good, reasonably priced restaurants in California:
In-N-Out Burger:
In-N-Out Burger is a beloved fast-food chain that originated in California. They are known for their fresh and customizable burgers, hand-cut fries, and milkshakes.
Taqueria La Cumbre:
Located in San Francisco's Mission District, Taqueria La Cumbre is a popular taqueria that offers tasty and affordable Mexican food. They are known for their generously sized burritos and flavorful tacos.
The Hat:
The Hat is a casual eatery in Southern California that specializes in pastrami sandwiches and chili cheese fries. They offer hearty, satisfying meals at an affordable price.
Porto's Bakery & Cafe
: With multiple locations in Southern California, Porto's Bakery & Cafe is a popular spot for Cuban pastries, sandwiches, and other baked goods. They offer a wide selection of affordable and delicious options.
Sushi Gen:
Located in Los Angeles' Little Tokyo, Sushi Gen is a well-known sushi restaurant that offers high-quality sushi at reasonable prices. They are known for their fresh fish and traditional sushi preparations.
Tacos El Gordo
: Tacos El Gordo is a popular Mexican street food-style restaurant with locations in San Diego and Las Vegas. They specialize in authentic tacos and other Mexican dishes, offering tasty food at affordable prices.
These are just a few examples of affordable restaurants in California. It's always a good idea to check reviews, menus, and prices to ensure they align with your budget and preferences. Additionally, exploring local food trucks, ethnic eateries, and small family-owned restaurants can often lead to great, affordable dining experiences.
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2023.06.01 20:51 Liggsz Attendance Next Year

So I’ve noticed a trend on this sub that people who actually live in Gulf Shores aren’t the biggest fans of this festival due to the crowds it brings and the chaos over the festival weekend. After this year’s festival, I can honestly say I don’t think that’s going to be as big an issue moving forward. The security was OUT OF CONTROL. Even as someone attending with nothing illegal on me, I did not feel safe while at the festival. For this reason, I and several other people that I have talked to, will not be attending next year. I’m sure we aren’t alone on this. It breaks my heart because Gulf Shores has literally been a second home to me my entire life, and I’ve come to this festival every year except for 2. But I just can’t go through what I went through again. So, citizens of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, you got your wish: The crowds will not be as large next year and you can keep your beautiful little beach town.
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