Julio G's Mexican Restaurant
This casual spot has some of the best Mexican food in the Valley, so it’s no wonder this is one of two restaurants (and has the same eats as takeout spot Julio Too’s). The cheese here is thick and piping hot, so it’s wise to chow down on some cheese enchiladas. The chips are thin and crispy, and you get to choose between spicy and mild salsa — be prepared to ask for seconds. The rice and beans are hearty, and tasty specialty blended drinks will help you wash everything down. The chocolate bean is so decadent, you might want to save it for dessert, and the daiquiris and pina coladas are huge.