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Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby Grasshopper » Jul 23 2008 10:31 am

If anyone can confirm or deny this below, previous 7/19 post of mine (by having eaten here & other Mex restaurants in the area), please post your comments:

"Special Note: I now have it from high authority from an eight year local from Globe that THE PLACE to eat the best MEXICAN FOOD in GLOBE is:
Libby's El Rey Mexican Food Restaurant..
(East into Globe on Hwy60 north side, after Hwy188 intersection and before reaching Hill Street(which is the right turn off Hwy60 for this Six Shooter Trail hike)..Look for a Circle-K and Car Wash on the south side of Hwy60..)"

Actual name/address/phone# is:
Libby's El Rey Cafe
999 N Broad Street, Globe, AZ 85501
928-425-2054
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Re: Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby azbackpackr » Aug 29 2011 12:10 pm

No, but they have a lot of cats. Taste just like trout...
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Postby Alston_Neal » Aug 29 2011 12:17 pm

So you're saying it's Cuban catfish..... :sl:
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Re: Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby azbackpackr » Aug 29 2011 4:04 pm

Most people probably are wondering what's gotten into us... :x
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Re: Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby Grasshopper » Aug 29 2011 4:13 pm

azbackpackr wrote:Most people probably are wondering what's gotten into us... :x


Yes, you guys have highjacked another thread totally off subject topic.. :(
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Postby azbackpackr » Aug 29 2011 4:19 pm

OH WAH WAH!! ;)
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Postby Alston_Neal » Aug 30 2011 10:29 am

You guys?
Hey I was doing fine until some folks threw in feral Cuban catfish molitos.... :?
We may hike the Anchas manana for the sole purpose of seeing if the El Rey has their adult beverage license back.
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Postby sirena » Sep 13 2011 10:43 pm

Seen today at Los Hermanos
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Postby big_load » Sep 13 2011 11:08 pm

@sirena How did Joe get Maine license plates? :-k

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Postby The_Eagle » Sep 13 2011 11:19 pm

big_load wrote:@sirena How did Joe get Maine license plates? :-k

That's what he does.... He makes plates.....All of his hikes are Virtual ;)
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Postby Alston_Neal » Sep 16 2011 3:02 pm

Wow the Joe Mobile! How cute....I think it falls under the Pioneer Transportation label.
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Re: Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby DACIAVU » Sep 16 2011 4:55 pm

Burger House in Miami.

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Postby Al_HikesAZ » Sep 18 2011 2:42 pm

DACIAVU wrote:Burger House in Miami.
For Mexican Food? :-s
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Re: Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby PatrickL » May 08 2012 1:21 pm

Ate at Chalo's yesterday. Had the chicken fajitas and left with a full belly. Food was good, and so was the service. Would go there again.
Still, I have yet to have a better fajita than the ones at Miguel's in Corona, CA.

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Postby Grasshopper » May 08 2012 2:12 pm

Patrick L wrote:Still, I have yet to have a better fajita than the ones at Miguel's in Corona, CA.

Better than Miguel's = igallery/image_page.php?id=4395 ;)
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Postby hippiepunkpirate » May 08 2012 2:19 pm

@Grasshopper
That's quite the inviting scene, Hank. I'm pretty hungry right now, and that picture is not helping matters. Is that Kai that I see in the background? Love that dog.
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Re: Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby chulavista » May 08 2012 2:54 pm

Al_HikesAZ wrote:
DACIAVU wrote:Burger House in Miami.
For Mexican Food? :-s


OH yes! I second this!!

Best green chili around if you ask me, but you better not be a whimp. It's warm.

Overall, and I haven't seen it written yet - La Casita on Broad Street, downtown Globe. But let it be known that Chalo's Casa Reynoso and La Casita are both owned by the same family, as is La Casita in Mammoth. Slight differences in the menu, but the overall recipes are the same.

I stopped eating at Guayos a long time ago when the cook got drunk and set the kitchen on fire. :) Read, a LONG time ago.

I have grown up around the Mexican food restaurants in Globe, Miami area, and I've eaten at all of them. If I have a first choice, it's Burger House because I love green chili. Second is either Chalo's or La Casita. All are much better than Los Hermanos in Superior in my opinion.

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Re: Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby PatrickL » May 08 2012 5:21 pm

Grasshopper wrote:Better than Miguel's = igallery/image_page.php?id=4395 ;)

Maybe someday I'll be converted!

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Postby JimmyLyding » May 08 2012 6:25 pm

coanbru wrote:
big_load wrote:@sirena How did Joe get Maine license plates? :-k

That's what he does.... He makes plates.....All of his hikes are Virtual ;)


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Postby kingsnake » Jun 18 2012 7:36 am

Me and my wife took our time driving down to Aravaipa last weekend, deciding to detour through Miami/Globe to sample some Mexican food. Since Chalo's was the last one I saw mentioned, above, that's where we stopped. Definitely tasty. Loved their hot salsa enough that I bought a carton to go. Unfortunately they were out of XL t-shirts. (My primary source of new clothing is souvenir t-shirts. :D )
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Re: Best Mexican Food Restaurant in Superior/Miami/Globe?

Postby Alston_Neal » Jun 18 2012 10:13 am

@kingsnake
Have you ever noticed that Mexican restaurants are always out of XL size t-shirts, but have plenty of smalls. :-k
Seems odd to me, I just can't make the connection.
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