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Minero is a casual Mexican eatery from The Neighborhood Dining Group located in Atlanta’s burgeoning Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. Built around live-fire cooking, the menu offers a collection of dishes inspired by the flavors of Mexico, including flavorful tacos, burritos, and chef-created daily specials, while incorporating southern touches. Craft cocktails, housemade margaritas, and a formidable list of tequila and mezcal round out the experience in a fun and lively environment.
$10 - $20
Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks
Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
Great location, very lively area on a Saturday night. Nice IPA on tap - food and service were superb; they really got it right. We are planning to head back down later in the trip for round 2. Well done and keep it up -...More
Quite honestly the best queso I’ve ever had - get the queso ranchero, you won’t regret it. Also, the pork carnitas taco is in the running for the best I’ve ever had as well. This is not a drill!! We will be back for sure.
I've eaten here a couple times on my visits to the ATL. The service is fast and impeccable. The bartenders are friendly and knowledgeable and they feature a great curated tequila and spirits selection. Great rums, bourbons and cordials but tequila/mezcal is their thing clearly....More
Great Location, Great Parking, Friendly Staff and most important excellent food. Tacos are superior, but even better were the Carnitas! This Restaurant, with menu choices is not typical Atlanta, more like California. Pick your meal time carefully as can get crowded. Located in Ponce City...More
If you want the "real deal", try Minero. Homemade fresh chips, three salsas, and a great variety of wonderful and authentic food are the pancultural offerings. Our server was very friendly, helpful and dead on with recommendations. The manager spoke to us as we left...More
So good and tasty. Showed us that what we in Sweden call tacos is .... something else. We all had different dishes and it all was better than expected for lunch. Made us full the whole day. No dinner needed. Good service as well.
The street tacos were yummy but the chilaquiles were weird. Way too spicy. The chips were covered in hot sauce to the point of being soggy.
The “Michelada” version of the Tecate is the weirdest drink I’ve ever had. Try it if you’re adventurous but...More