La Posada Restaurante Arlington
Authentic Mexican Food
Mexican food varies by region, because of local climate and geography and ethnic differences among the indigenous inhabitants and because these different populations were influenced by the Spaniards in varying degrees.
The north of Mexico is known for its beef, goat and ostrich production and meat dishes, in particular the well-known arrachera cut.
The six regions of Mexico differ greatly in their cuisines. In the Yucatán, for instance, a unique, natural sweetness (instead of spiciness) exists in the widely used local produce along with an unusual love for achiote seasoning. In contrast, the Oaxacan region is known for its savory tamales, celebratory moles, and simple tlayudas while the mountainous regions of the West (Jalisco, etc.) are known for goat birria (goat in a spicy tomato-based sauce).
Central Mexico's (Durango, etc.) cuisine is largely influenced by the rest of the country, but has unique dishes such as barbacoa, pozole, menudo and carnitas.
Southeastern Mexico, on the other hand, is known for its spicy vegetable and chicken-based dishes. The cuisine of Southeastern Mexico has a considerable Caribbean influence due to its location. Seafood is commonly prepared in states that border the Pacific Ocean or the Gulf of Mexico, the latter having a famous reputation for its fish dishes, à la veracruzana.
Turn any of your favorite mexican beer into a Michelada!!!
CLOSED TUESDAY 4TH OF JULY 2017
Friday September 8, 2017
Mexican Style Paella
Pan seared scollops, shrimp,clams,calamari,chicken,chorizo and mussels, sautéed with pico de gallo and mushrooms in a chipotle lobster cream sauce tossed with rice.
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1312 Massachusetts Ave, Arlington, Massachusetts 02476, United States
Monday - Tuesday: 4:30pm - 10pm
Wednesday - Saturday: 11am - 10pm
Sunday: 11am - 8pm