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Aptly named after the degrees in Fahrenheit that cooks the perfect pizza, 575 Pizzeria is known for its exceptional pies. The light, crispy crust perfectly balances the premium toppings like the sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts, pine nuts, mozzarella, and others. With over 40 pizzas to choose from, including both red and white pie bases, you're sure to find something you like. Creative creations include 'The Stella' with red onions, candied almonds, goat cheese, red pepper and a white base, or the Colorado with broccoli, spinach, mushrooms, green peppers and red onions. Gluten free crust is also available.
Mexican joints are a dime a dozen in Texas, but El Manantial in Amarillo is the closest thing you'll get to the true authentic stuff without having to cross the boarder. More of a hole in the wall than anything else, this Mexican restaurant is known far and wide for its amazing cuisine. Find made from scratch daily made corn tortillas and hot sauce that packs on the spice as well as the flavor. The usual serving of tortilla chips come with three different kinds of salsa, including a white bean and spices dip. Everything is utterly delicious and tastes like your abuelita has been up since 5a cooking it! If you still have room after a filling meal here, be sure to try their famous tres leches cake.
Home of the famous 72. oz steak challenge where brave carnivores must eat their four and a half pound steak, a salad and a roll in under in an hour to receive their meal free, Big Texan Steak Ranch is one of Texas' most legendary steak eateries. The TSR is easy to spot by the antique, long-legged cowboy sign posted in front. Travelers and locals alike have been welcomed by the friendly staff for over forty years. Any visitor to Amarillo should be sure to sample one of the most famous steaks in Texas at the Steak Ranch.
With one of the best patios for al fresco dining in town and mouthwatering cuisine, its safe to say Joe Taco is one of the most popular eateries in Amarillo. The Tex-Mex cuisine reigns supreme here with offerings like queso fondue, tacos with signature sauces and meats, smothered fajitas with green chile queso, deep fried burritos with fried eggs, chalupas and more. Their legendary happy hour takes place all day on Saturdays and Sundays, which adds to the popularity with house made margaritas and premium tequila. So grab a seat near the outdoor fountain, order a round of drinks and take your time with the menu, it'll be a meal to remember.