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The Blind Burro
Mexican Restaurant
Today 11AM–12AM
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639 J St San Diego, CA 92101
639 J StreetUSCaliforniaSan Diego92101
(619) 795-7880theblindburro.com
Mexican Restaurant, Seafood Restaurant
Mexican Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
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Today 11AM–12AM
Thursday 11AM–12AMFriday 11AM–1:30AMSaturday 11AM–1:30AMSunday 10AM–12AMMonday 11AM–12AMTuesday 11AM–12AMWednesday 11AM–12AM
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The Blind Burro is a mexican restaurant that specializes in baja mexican cuisine and seafood. With a unique take on Mexican food and an large tequila menu, the Blind Burro has become a gaslamp staple!
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Stylish Mexican eatery & bar decorated in bare wood serving Baja-style coastal cuisine & cocktails.- Google
"I had the coffee rubbed salmon tacos with a kale slaw--- amazing flavors."
"Loved the upbeat atmosphere and the open windows along the bar."
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Melissa Bolling
3 weeks ago
I come here every time I visit San Diego. The prickly pear margaritas are fantastic. I recommend the ala carte street tacos and you MUST get the street corn. Great music. Awesome location.
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Scott Leavitt
2 months ago
Stopped by to grab a drink. I like the set up of the area. Atmosphere is relaxing on a Friday night. They have live music and the band is pretty decent. I don't know how the food is, just stopped by for a drink while I wait for friends.
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Greg DeBrun
2 months ago
Had the Ceveche, which was extremely authentic and great. The Maragritas, were good, but very strong. Enjoy
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Bill Reals
2 months ago
My favorite Mexican place downtown. It's really a high-end taco shop with great service and savory flavors.
Jake Ingebritson
2 months ago
Very expensive and mediocre food. My family and I had a mid afternoon meal here. All together the food was subpar. Tacos, steak, etc. Total came to over $100 and we didn't have any alcoholic drinks. The atmosphere was nice, but not worth the extra money. I would recommend finding somewhere else in San Diego to eat. Good luck!
Mike Provant
3 months ago
House chips very greasy, fish tacos are OK. Guac especial is kind of odd, sweet potatoes in guac. Tried it, but not great. I don't see why this place is rated so high. Very good service and friendly staff.
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Carly Norment
6 months ago
Loved this place. Very cute interior. Smaller portions but very filling. I had the coffee rubbed salmon tacos with a kale slaw--- amazing flavors. Will try again!
Jeff M
2 months ago
Eh. Ok service, and ok food

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Our Cadillac Margarita is nominated for "It’s 5 O’clock Somewhere aka Most Creative Craft Beverage" in the Best of East Village Awards! Voting ends on Friday-- Show ‪#‎TeamBurro‬ some love here: http://bit.ly/EVAawards
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Hungry? Our new Mary's Free Range Roasted Chicken is served with chile herb sauce, grilled asparagus, roasted fingerling potatoes and fresh tortillas. Try it today at The Blind Burro!
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Our special #MargaritaMonth  offering is a Spicy Bloody Orange Margarita made with #Milagro  Tequila, fresh lime, blood orange syrup and muddled jalapenos! Try it today and vote online if you love it! http://margaritamonth.com/ 
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