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Pure Taqueria Inman Park
Mexican Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
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300 North Highland Avenue Northeast Atlanta, GA 30307, United States
300 North Highland Avenue NortheastUSGeorgiaAtlanta30307
$$Mexican Restaurant, BarToday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 12:00 amFriday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSaturday 11:00 am – 12:00 amSunday 11:00 am – 11:00 pm
Fresh ingredients and authentic Mexican dishes add up to a meal that's pure fun! In fact, the food here is so tasty you'd swear that you're in a family-owned taqueria right on a Mexican beach.
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Outpost of a local chain dispatching Mexican street food & margaritas in an open space with patio.- Google
"As for the fish tacos, probably too greasy and too much salt, flavor only fair."
"Not stellar, but much better than average Atlanta Mexican place."
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Allesen Cann
3 months ago
The service is good, everyone is very nice. The food is ok. I haven't been blown away. I've tried their taquitos which are good and their quesadilla which is different than a normal quesadilla and I can't say I prefer it - it seems more like an empanada to me, but bigger. They have good drinks though and I like that they have seasonal drink specials. It's a great place to meet friends if you live in the neighborhood, but I can't say I'd travel any distance to go there.
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Felicia Murrell
3 months ago
Hands down the best Tre Leches cake in Atlanta. Though I may be a little biased after sharing a pitcher of margaritas, my taste buds were slightly impaired. I do admit to going back on several occasions just to be sure I was giving an accurate report. Standard Mexican fare for the most part here, until you taste that cake.
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Kimberly Watson
a month ago
I had the breaded fish tacos there, and they were so bland, I couldn't even finish them. It wasn't just the tacos. The rice and beans also lacked flavor. Also, our server acted like she hated her job and was frowny the whole time. Needless to say, I won't be back. With so many good places in Atlanta to eat, I can't believe this place is still open if everything tastes like my meal did.
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Matt Ranlett
8 months ago
Four adults and two kids makes for a very full table but we were comfortably seated out on the deck quickly as we arrived before the lunch rush (such as it is on a Sunday at noon). Chips and salsa were brought our quickly but the salsa was too spicy for three or four of us. The guacamole we ordered was great and the chips that came with it were better (thicker with a more while grain type of texture) than the cold that came with the salsa. I ordered the fish tacos which were delicious. The kids split a burger and mac & cheese (not big fans of Mexican food). The best looking food ordered at the table was the hanger steak taco entree. Service was friendly and speedy, what more could you ask for? Final verdict - great if you are in the area but not something I'd drive out of my way to get to.
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Paige Levin
4 months ago
Two of us ducked in here when the clouds opened up during a Beltline stroll. The margaritas were delish and there's a huge range in flavor, quality and price. The guacamole, queso and salsa hit the spot evidenced by us plowing through two baskets of chips. Service was very good, without being pushy. There's an outside patio area for nicer weather. The ambiance it kitschy with old classroom chairs. #InmanPark #Atlanta #GetYourGuacOn
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Bryant Smith
3 months ago
We went there on an evening when the weather was nice and the by-the-sidewalk patio ambiance was very pleasant - I would expect it's rather less so when the weather is not so nice and the vinyl side curtains are rolled down, especially if the wind is blowing. I thought the food was quite good; fresh and well presented, and some great guacamole! It's been a while back, but I don't recall any real problems with service, except that we had to wait a bit longer for our food than I would've liked - it was crowded! Not stellar, but much better than average Atlanta Mexican place.
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Nancy Garfield
5 months ago
Highly Underimpressed. We had actually planned to go to Fritti for a birthday celebration when one of our friends who lives OTP said she heard that Pure Taqueria was amazing.... so there we went expecting an amazing, unbelievable meal.... so not what we had. I am certainly not saying it was terrible but it was certainly not amazing or even somewhere I would revisit. The first thing was the service. While there was not a wait, we had not had a single minute to look at our menu before our waiter eagerly pushed drinks and appetizers on us. None of us drink and he made some snide comment about it being Sunday and placed his hands in a prayer position... really?? First of all, that is just rude if we happened to be religious, which we are not (and the Sabbath is really on Saturday anyways:), but it was that feeling that we were not good customers because we did not drink.... While I understand that restaurants make the majority of their profits on alcohol and that waiters make potentially less if a table does not drink, to be treated almost like a second-class citizen is not a pleasant dining experience. So I ordered the fish tacos. While I can only assume that it clearly states that these are soft tacos, I did not see this and only assumed they were hard tacos (which I like much better). I wonder now if we may have had an option that was not offered to us? We only got to choose flour of corn. My taco 'shells' did not taste fresh at all. I actually did not eat them and used the chips instead to create mini tacos. The chips were OK nothing great. I did like the flavor of the salsa that came with the chips although it was quite thin to use with chips. As for the fish tacos, probably too greasy and too much salt, flavor only fair. None of the other members of our party were impressed with their meals either. I will give our server credit for overhearing that I do not eat pork and thus not bringing rice with my meal, which he informed me has pork in it. What about my friend who is a vegetarian? Do they tell every table that the rice has pork in it? I can only wonder if I had not made that comment if he would have told us. The final straw for me was that our water glasses were all empty for at least 20 minutes + and no one noticed or ever filled them before we finally left. Will not go back....ever.
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Hart Roberts
6 months ago
Great mexican joint in Highlands/Inman Park area. Gets crazy crowed, but worth the wait. Delicious mojitos and great service, indoor/outdoor seating. Will definitely be going back.


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