Nino’s Mexican Grill in Yakima is Home to the Incredible Vampiro
Holy Moly! If you are craving authentic Mexican food in the form of monster burritos, taco bowls, birria, and more then you have got to set up a time to check out Nino's Mexcian Grill on Summtiview!
Foodie Fridays with Sarah J powered by Coca-Cola of Yakima and Tri-Cities had me craving tacos but not your typical taco, they feature homemade tortillas with a build-your-own option of adding hot Cheetos. Craving Carne Asada? You could have it served over french fries! You can add refried or black beans, Spanish or cilantro lime rice, and delicious drinks to wash it all down.
Open Wednesday through Monday 11 am - 8 pm, closing at 7 pm on Sundays with outdoor and indoor seating located at 4001 Summitview Ave, Yakima, WA 98908.
I've been hearing about their vampiro tacos, the pictures on their social looked fantastic but I am a get in there and test it out kind of lady so off to Nino's I went to grab lunch while working.
I'll be honest, I assumed vampiro had something to do with garlic but when I asked while ordering I found out it means it's dripping with cheese. SOLD!
My order must have sounded so good the lady behind me asked, "so what did you just order?" I told her, "honestly I am not sure but I've heard good things so I'm here to find out!"
To break it down you receive three vampiro tacos that are created by taking three homemade tortillas dipped in birria consume and heated on the grill, add cheese until melty and then they stuff them with birria meat. You received an incredibly delicious-looking meal. I also chose to add on a side of black beans and cilantro lime rice with a refreshing strawberry drink and it was SO good and so filling I have left-overs to enjoy after work today!
SO many different menu items with the ability to build your own meal for any and everyone this is the type of place you keep coming back to check out more delicious menu items. Love to support local and Nino's Mexican Grill is for sure a must try!
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Nino's Mexican Grill
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