Real Authentic Mexican Food in Fort Worth, Texas


Why We Love the Near Southside Neighborhood in Fort Worth

Here in the Near Southside Neighborhood of Fort Worth, you can find everything you need for a fun day out on the town. It’s a tight-knit, eclectic neighborhood that just keeps growing, and we’re happy to be a part of it here at Benito’s! Going shopping? You will find plenty of stores with quaint stock. Need a bite? The restaurants …


How to Throw a Mexican Fiesta at Home

No matter what you are celebrating, a Mexican fiesta is a fun party theme for everyone. From the décor to the food, the details aren’t what is important with this party. Instead, focus on how everything feels by creating a light atmosphere that invites laughter and fun. Here are some ideas for how to create the perfect party with a …

Peppers Used in Mexican Cuisine

A Guide to Peppers Used in Mexican Cuisine

Entering a Mexican restaurant, your sense of smell is hit with exciting, make-your-stomach-growl scents. The delectable smell of tortillas, juicy meats, and spicy peppers is enough to make anyone hungry right away. But those peppers, like olives or onions, are a hotly debated food preference for most people. Whether you love or hate the heat of spicy food, take some …


5 Mexican Holidays to Look Forward to in 2018

The holidays celebrated in Mexico are a little different from the ones you’re used to in the U.S. Sure, people there observe religious holidays like Easter and popular holidays like New Year’s Eve. But, they also have their own cultural and national celebrations stemming from Mexico’s unique history and traditions. Here are some interesting Mexican holidays to look forward to …

flautas - Benito's Mexican Restaurant

What Are Flautas, and How Are They Made?

Flautas are a crowd-pleasing Mexican dish that can be made many different ways. “Flautas” is Spanish for “flutes.” If you’ve ever had this cuisine at a Mexican restaurant, you’ll immediately understand why. Flautas are made from tortillas that are filled and then rolled up and fried. The result: a long, thin, flute-shaped roll that’s extra-crispy and bursting with a savory, …


4 New Years Eve Traditions in Mexico

Celebrate the New Year Auténtico Mexican Style! This New Year’s Eve, instead watching the ball drop in Times Square while fumbling through the few lyrics of “Auld Lang Syne” that you actually know, why not try something new? Break away from routine this year and sneak a few of these New Years Eve traditions in Mexico into your festivities.


5 Mexican Breakfast Dishes For A Spicy Start

Benito’s doesn’t open up till 10 or 11am so if you can’t wait till then to eat some delicious Mexican cuisine don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here are our top five Mexican breakfast recipes so you can satisfy your cravings for a spicy, hearty start to the day.