This Larimer Square spot is a culinary canvas on which Chef Richard Sandoval blends earthy flavors of his native Mexico with creative cooking techniques to craft Tamayo’s modern Mexican cuisine. The substantial menu consists of starters, soups and salads, tacos, enchiladas, chef specials like chicken mole poblano and grilled striped bass wrapped in corn husk, and guacamoles, including traditional, bacon, tuna tartare, and spicy crab varieties. Equally extensive is the tequila collection (there are over 100 options); opt for homemade serrano- or prickly pear-infused tequila, or, if you’re like us and can’t choose just one, order a flight like the Casamigos, a trio of blanco, reposado, and añejo.
Three words for you: Bottomless Margarita Brunch. And even if brunch isn’t your thing, the margaritas, queso, and sunny patio overlooking Larimer Square are more than enough reasons to visit. Sit in the sun or underneath the cozy canopy and enjoy the best that Chef Richard Sandoval has to offer, then do it again next week, and the week after, and the week after that.