Where To Dine: Uncle Julio’s Fine Mexican Food in Boca Raton
Florida Travel Guide to one of the best Mexican restaurants in Southern Florida
Mizner Park is a picture-perfect shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Boca Raton. It’s here among towering palm trees and pretty pink buildings that you’ll find Uncle Julio’s Fine Mexican Food. If you’re craving something spicy, this is the perfect place for a satisfying meal. When you’re seated at your table inside the vibrantly decorated dining room or outside on the patio, we suggest asking your server for help going through the menu. There are so many options to choose from that a little guidance will be welcome!
Shrimp cocktail, ceviche, quesadillas and more. There are many tantalizing options in appetizers and be sure to ask your server about the appetizer of the day. If you enjoy guacamole, there are several options. We recommend the roasted corn & crab!
If you enjoy a frosty cold beverage there are many margaritas on the menu to choose from but you can’t have a proper dining experience at Uncle Julio’s without sampling The Swirl – a delicious combination of frozen sangria and margarita.
Whatever your tastes – mild or spicy – you’ll find something on the menu you’ll enjoy. Try the mouthwatering mesquite grilled fajitas served with Mexican rice, pico de gallo, fresh guacamole, home-made flour tortillas and frijoles a la charra. You can choose from beef, chicken, shrimp, or a combination! There’s a veggie option available as well. From frogs legs and chicken to tacos and enchiladas, the menu really is extensive. Ask about adding some bacon-wrapped shrimp to your meal!
Children are supplied with crayons and a coloring sheet to keep them busy while they wait for their meals to arrive. Quesadillas and nachos are popular items but little ones can also choose from fajitas, enchiladas, tacos and chicken tenders. Kids meals are served with a fresh fruit salad.
If you’ve saved room for dessert, try the sopapillas for a unique option (puffed Mexican pastry with powdered sugar and cinnamon) or ask about the empanada of the day.
What’s your favorite Mexican food?