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Welcome to Jalapeños Locos!

At Jalapeños Locos, we strive to  provide you with a great dining experience and freshly prepared platters delivered to your table by our friendly staff. Join us to enjoy great food, good folks and good times!

"Where the food isn't just good, it's LOCO!"

We are not just another Mexican Restaurant!

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Take advantage of our Weekend Afternoon Football Take-out Nacho Specials! Muchos Nachos for only $6.99.  Saturday and Sunday only. 

 

We welcome and honor
our Military and Law Enforcement customers with a discount! 
Welcome Goodfellow Air Force Base


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At Jalapenos Locos, we understand the economic struggle families are facing. In our effort to help out, we are offering a $3.99 kids dinner special during the week for selected menu items only.

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We now sell gift cards.  Give someone a delicious gift.



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Check out our Happy Hour! 4-7 PM EVERY Weekday!

BEAT THE HEAT.  DUCK INSIDE FOR A DELICIOUS COLD DRINK.  WE HAVE ICE COLD DRINKS FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN, TO INCLUDE SNOW CONES.  

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Heavenly Salsa 

Numerous customers have described our salsa as "the best they have ever tasted", "the best in San Angelo", or "God must have dipped his finger in this salsa, it's that good!"

 

In 1932, Decoty moved to East Avenue K in San Angelo and changed its name to Concho Coffee Company. The Original Fuentes Café was located next door at 9 E. Avenue K.

Fun Mexican Food facts

Tostada is originally from Mexico around 2000 years ago. Tostadas was said to be invented around the Monte Alban ruins but no specific person invented them. Tostada is a Spanish word meaning "toasted". They are made of corn or flour tortillas that can be served baked, fried or toasted.

Fun Mexican Food facts

May 5th is National Enchilada Day.

The enchilada is similar to papadzules a traditional Mayan dish, which also comes from the Yucatan region.

The enchilada is one of the dishes mentioned in Mexico’s first cookbook in 1831.

Enchilada is the past participle of Spanish enchilar, “to add chile pepper to”, literally to “season (or decorate) with chile.”

Fun Mexican Food facts

While the word “taco” literally translates to “plug” or “wad” a small hole, it also translates to “light lunch” in Mexican Spanish. Tacos predate the Europeans in Mexico and were discovered to be the food of choice by the indigenous folk in the Valley of Mexico.

October 4 is National Taco Day and because people eat nearly 4.5 billion tacos each year, it deserves it’s own day of recognition.  They’re immensely popular most likely due to the endless variations you can make them with.  For example, you can get your taco with fish, chicken, pork, steak or beef and you can add numerous vegetables, spices, guacamole or dozens of cheeses.

Military Appreciation Day

The first known appearance of the word “nachos” in English dates to 1949, from the book A Taste of Texas.

Nachos are the staple of not one, but two holidays.  In addition to November 6, National Nacho Day, Piedras Negras, Mexico observes El Dia del Nacho on October 21.

Our hero Nacho created the dish while working as the maître d’ of a restaurant in Piedras Negras, Mexico.  Before closing, wives of U.S. Army personnel stopped in for a bite to eat.  Since he needed to make something fast, and didn’t have many ingredients, the maître d’ combined the first three things he found in the kitchen:  shredded Wisconsin cheddar, tortilla chips, and sliced green jalapenos.  After tasting this delight, the women asked what this creation was called, he replied “Nachos Especiales..

Featured Dishes

  • quesadillas side
  • Pollo Loco Enchiladas
  • taco plate 1
  • fish tacos
  • shrimp a la mexicana
  • Owner