Best Mexican Restaurant in a Bowling Alley - 2012
Oaxaca Restaurant (at Let It Roll Bowl)
Ah, the bowling alley snack bar ? a place that?s never, ever as good as you want it to be. Especially at those corporate houses that dominate the kegling landscape. The pizza is always prefab junk, and the deep-fried goodies rarely are any better. That?s why this family-run eatery at Sunnyslope?s independently owned Let It Roll Bowl is a breath of fresh air. Reasonably priced standards such as tacos, burritos, and enchiladas are available, as are regional specialties like molotes (deep-fried fritters stuffed with potato and chorizo) and tlayuda (think: Mexican pizza). Menu entrees include black or (very good) red mole, stuffed chiles, gorditas, and green or red ribs. None of it costs more than $8 and all of it tastes pretty darn good. And if you feel your bowling experience simply isn?t complete without a pizza or hot dog, well, they?ve got that American stuff, too.