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In 1993, Russell Ybarra transformed his padre’s restaurant in Pearland into Gringo’s—the first in what would eventually become an empire. Today, Ybarra’s portfolio includes nine Gringo’s restaurants and numerous Bullritos and Jimmy Changa’s. The family-friendly aesthetic remains firmly in place at Gringo’s, where cones of soft-serve ice cream are always free and you can feast on big portions for small prices. We love the Presidente combo plate, with cheese enchiladas, a chalupa, chile con queso, a crispy beef taco, and guacamole, all for less than $11, as well as the Veracruz: four bacon-wrapped, cheese-stuffed shrimp with a big platter of beef fajitas for only $17. Bonus: there’s even a gluten-free menu.

Meal Times
Dinner, Lunch
Good to Know
Child Friendly, Parking, Reservations, Takeout