When you are searching in the Orem, Utah area for the Best Mexican Food near by you will find several choices, including Milagros Mexican Food Restaurant.
Most likely you were directed to this page when you search for the best Mexican food near me in Orem, Utah. Now that you are here, I want to give you an idea of why Milagros in Orem, Utah is the best.
“Mexican food” inadequately describes the 7 distinct regional cuisines that encompass that term. A dish famous in one area may be a complete mystery to someone from another region. Each region is as diverse as the geography, native Indians and outside influences.
At Milagros restaurant in Orem, on the wall as you enter the dining room, you will find a very unique automated flying chile hanging on the wall. Yes, a flying chile that moves it wings. This unusual work of art was created by Guy Francis.
I’ve known Guy for almost 20 years and his works of art have lived on the walls of restaurants I have been involved with since Rosa’s. Guy is extremely talented in many areas besides book illustration. In the past few years, his art has leaped off the traditional canvas and have become a moving 3 dimensional experience.
Last week, City Weekly SLC, honored Milagros with the “Best Of Utah Mexican Food award for 2013. City Weekly is an independent newspaper that keeps Utahns informed about the arts, entertainment, music, dining, nightlife, culture and politics no less.
They are an excellent resource for keeping the people of Utah updated about what’s new in each area. Suggesting the best places to go for food, music, events to film and TV takes the mystery out where to go eat, and what to do for the week-end. Thank you City Weekly for this recognition.
Best Miraculous Mexican Cuisine
“Milagros, meaning “miracles” in Spanish, is a heavenly take on Mexican fare. This Orem restaurant was started by Dave Tuomisto, the restaurateur who also founded the popular Bajio chain. His newest dining destination is a restaurant that offers a sometimes-sweeter take on traditional Mexican cuisine, such as the seafood tacos that come with pineapple salsa and roasted-red-pepper chutney, or the popular grilled onion ball that’s injected with
In many Orem restaurants, they celebrate customer’s birthdays by singing to the special guest of honor. There are special traditions that develop within a business culture and birthday singing seems to be one of them.
At Milagros, we do not sing “Happy Birthday” in the dining room. It always seems so insincere with I’m eating out and watch waiters huddled around a table singing birthday regards.
However, we at Milagros take birthdays very seriously, that is if you are a part of the Milagros team.
The Mexican culture has played a big influence in our “over-the-top” birthday celebrations. And, I’m not talking about just chocolate cake. Our birthday cakes are not only baked with unique cake flavors, they are brightened up with fresh oranges, mangos, strawberries and kiwi.
I have to admit it feels pretty good when we get a great Milagros review. Although Hyrum Romrell of SLC Food Radar seldom does reviews Orem Restaurants, he stopped in to Milagros under unusual circumstances. And we are glad he did.
Mr. Romrell featured wonderful pictures of our food and wrote great information about every dish he and his family ate.
“I went the pork chile rellenos as my choice. I had a conversation with my dad a few weeks back about Mexican restaurants. He thinks a good barometer on how good a Mexican place is, is based on how good they do their chile rellenos.
If you asked me to choose my favorite Orem Restaurant I would have to say Milagros. This restaurant is my passion. If you know me well, you would know that it is not hard for me to go on about our customers, Milagros food and the fabulous art of local artists.
But lets go a different route. When I have a craving for different flavors I usually have a craving for something really different, something with unique spices that are different from Milagros.
One of My Favorite Orem Restaurants
Thai Drift in Orem fits the bill. It is spicy, fresh and I always get good service.
Thai Drift has some of the very best curry in Utah. The Red Curry is my favorite. They call it “The Mother Of All Curries” a title that fits.
Milagros has the best Mexican food in Utah at least that is what our customers say! We even got them on video. [pb_vidembed title=”” caption=”” url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7X_uRWkGpDA” type=”yt” w=”520″ h=”425″]We appreciate everyone that participated in making the video. It was a lot of fun. Thank you for being the best part of our business. Dave
Wow! In December, City Weekly came to Milagros Mexican Food Restaurant to interview our own week-end entertainer, Jackson Danger. For several years, Jackson has performed most week-ends at Milagros, moving from table to table and singing old favorites. The article in City Weekly just appeared on the stands, which includes a fine article about Jackson. Here’s a copy for you to enjoy.
Article by: Kolbie Stonehoker
Local 13-year-old Prodigy Is an “Old Soul”
When Lindon-based guitarist and songwriter Jackson Danger speaks, it’s with a voice that doesn’t match his young age. Steady and unwavering, it’s the voice of someone who has seen a thing a two, even though, at 13 years old, Danger has only begun to experience the world.
“People tell me all the time how I’m an old soul in a young body,” Danger says with an easy confidence, his vintage Gibson Hummingbird in his hands.
We’re seated around a small table on a busy Saturday night in Milagros, a Mexican restaurant in Orem owned by Danger’s father, Dave. For the past two years, Danger (full name Jackson Danger Tuomisto) has been performing here nearly every weekend as Jackson Danger, serenading customers with covers of mostly folk songs from the ’60s and ’70s. Danger has a knack for attracting loyal listeners who return, week after week, to watch him play.
“One time, I was playing my guitar here, and this woman asked me if I could play ‘Harvest Moon’ by Neil Young, and I told her I didn’t know that one, but I’d learn it, then play it for her next week,” Danger says. “And so I played it for her, and she started crying because it meant so much to her. So, I feel like, with my music, I can connect with people.”
You’ve heard the old saying, “When it rains, it pours.” This is certainly the case for Lisa Harris, a single mother of four beautiful children. After a divorce, Lisa decided to share her teaching and singing talent by starting “Sing with Lisa Vocal Studios,” out of her home. She wanted to share how music was … Read more Auction and Concert At Milagros in Orem