Select by:

Beto & Son Brings Fresh Mexican Fare to Trinity Groves

01.09.2017 by: Jo Firth
Share This Post:

Beto & Son isn’t your average Mexican restaurant. Located in bustling Trinity Groves, it’s situated in the perfect place for local restaurants looking to leave their mark. But what truly sets it apart from the crowd is its delicious menu full of artistic twists on classic Mexican dishes. Everything on the menu at Beto & Son—from the cocktails to the dishes—is full of the unique flair that makes this little Mexican restaurant so charming.

When you visit Beto & Son, it’s imperative that you order a drink. If you’re a fan of margaritas, make it Chef Beto’s Premium Margarita, which features a delicious combination of Sauza Blue, Grand Marnier, fresh mint, house-made sweet and citrus syrup, and mango jelly bubbles, complete with a thick bubble-tea straw for enjoying that extra pop of flavor. For tequila connoisseurs, Chef Julian’s special Fireball Tequila is definitely worth trying. It’s infused in-house with a combination of Mexican vanilla, cinnamon, and serrano pepper, and the resulting flavor combination is delicious whether enjoyed in a shot or blended into a cocktail.

Chef Beto's Premium Margarita is fresh, flavorful, and unlike any other margarita you'll find elsewhere. 

However, the drink menu is just the beginning at Beto & Son, because the food is equally as tempting. Although the lunch and dinner menus differ, many of Beto’s standout dishes are featured on both, which means you can enjoy their most iconic dishes at either meal. For starters, you should make a point to try out the Smothered Totchos, which transform the classic nacho concept into something even tastier. By smothering scratch-made tater tots in queso, pico, bacon, and a sweet and spicy Chíle de Arbol glaze, the chefs at Beto & Son turn a traditional snack into an appetizer that you’ll want to order again and again.

The Smothered Totchos take all the goodness of nachos and combine it with the savory deliciousness of tater tots. 

Another delectable appetizer on the menu is the Street Elote, which takes classic Mexican street fare to new heights. Beto’s rendition of the signature snack food features a zesty garlic aioli that really makes the dish pop, and it all comes served in a skillet that’s the perfect size for sharing. Whether you’re ordering it as an appetizer or as a side to share, it’s a great option if you’re dining with friends.

The Street Elote at Beto & Son features a balanced combination of spicy, creamy, and smoky flavors. 

When it comes to entrees, nearly any item on the menu at Beto & Son is sure to satisfy. Their dishes are all crafted from fresh, local ingredients, and each features some of the culinary flair that’s Beto’s hallmark. However, the 12-Hour Barbacoa Enchiladas are a definite standout, thanks to a flavorful combination of slow-braised beef, Guajillo sauce, melted cheese, fried egg, avocado, and tangy pickled slaw. Every bite is a balanced combination of flavors that will satisfy even the hungriest diner. And if you can save room for dessert, Beto & Son has a collection of classics like Churros, Flan, and Mexican Bread Pudding that will satiate your sweet tooth.

Beto & Son's 12-Hour slow-braised Barbacoa is especially delicious in enchilada form. 

Beto & Son occupies a prime spot at Trinity Groves, and it’s open for both lunch and dinner. If you’re dining with a group, call ahead to make a reservation, and when the weather is nice, be sure to enjoy the spacious patio.

{Beto & Son Official Site} 

TAGS : Trinity Groves , Beto & Son