Growing up in Central Mexico, Mary Vasquez learned everything she knows about cooking from her mother and grandmother. When she moved to the US, it wasn’t long before her burritos where the stuff of legend, and Miguel’s (named after her husband’s grandfather) was born. Despite their multiple locations across California, you still don’t even need to go all the way to the shop to eat Vasquez’s food: Miguel’s has a catering truck.
The menu is sprawling with homestyle Mexican food, including breakfast favorites (like 7 different breakfast burritos), enchiladas, taco salads, and crispy taquitos . Burritos, though, are where Miguel’s shines—their specialty beans are the key ingredient—, stuffed with things like green chile verde-marinated potatoes, tender, shredded chicken, homemade guac, chile rellenos, and more. You can’t strike out at Miguel’s, so do yourself a favor and book them to cater your next event.
Original Burrito — Miguel’s has been famous for this guy since 1975, stuffed with your choice of meat, their famous refried beans, Spanish rice, and cheddar cheese