Two local restaurants were recently named to regional and national list for their food.
Only in Your State says that Coyote Bluff Cafe:
Coyote Bluff might look like an unassuming general store straight out of a Western movie, but I promise it’s much more than that. People come from far and wide to try their famous burgers made from the freshest, juiciest beef out there.
Thrillist say about Leal’s Mexican Restaurant:
Try the enchiladas — they are stacked, not rolled. And they come smothered with New Mexican-style red chile sauce, not Tex-Mex chili gravy. The original location of Leal’s in Muleshoe was founded by Irma Leal as a tortilla factory to provide Mexican farm workers with their favorite foods (as per the rules of the Bracero Program). The business grew into a six-store chain with five locations in Texas and one in New Mexico. The Muleshoe location is historic, the Amarillo location, run by Irma’s son Victor Leal, is the fanciest. The chain also sells their outstanding seasoned tortilla chips in boutique food stores in Dallas.