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T. Blanco’s serves up gourmet Mexican food in Addison

When it comes to gourmet Mexican food and drinks, T. Blanco’s is proud to show you what they’ve got! The newly-opened restaurant is located off Belt Line and Addison Road (15207 Addison Road), the former Sambuca location. T.Blanco’s is a family business owned by Thomas White, his sons and partners. Fans of Mexican food need to add this restaurant to their list because you’ll definitely enjoy fine food and handcrafted drinks. Check out my T. Blanco’s experience below!

Cocktails

The restaurant serves an array of beers and handcrafted drinks, many of which you won’t find anywhere else in town. (They get an A+ for creativity!)

Avocado margarita – a refreshing blend of tequila and avocados in a cup

Here are three dranks more you’ll need to try (but not all at once!): Top Shelf, Sangria Swirl and Crown in Coke. Get ready for a buzz, and don’t forget to grab some chips and queso to snack on!

 

The restaurant’s signature drink, the El Hefe, on the right is a smooth and sweet margarita mix. On the right, you have the traditional house margarita — both drinks are strong and tasty!

Food

Come hungry to T. Blanco’s because they serve big portions of their yummy menu items. For starters, I suggest grabbing chips and queso, called Blanco Dip, (which is heavenly!) or some gauc to kick off your meal. Don’t eat too many chips though, so you can save room for the actual meal. 🙂 The crab cakes are a great elevated menu item if you’re looking for something different.

 

Stuffed Avocado – my absolute fave item from their menu

A traditional favorite – pulled pork tamales

Seafood Stuffed Jalapenos

The menu offers a wide variety of fine Mexican food including the options you see here, as well as hearty salads, fajitas, and steak (like the avocado butter steak) and seafood options.

Dessert

Dessert is a MUST, right?? Pictured above is the sopapilla cheese cake.

 

Cinnamon Sugar Churros

I don’t know about you, but I don’t think I can ever have too much Mexican food here in Texas. So stop by T. Blanco’s for flavors to remember! Check out their website and Facebook page for special weekly offers and more information.

(Disclaimer: I was invited to a menu sampling, and all opinions are my own.)

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