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Worcester’s 5 Best Neighborhoods for Mexican Food

Monday, August 17, 2015

 

From flavorful tacos, to gooey burritos and crunchy taquitos, Mexican food has become a staple of cuisine in the United States. According to an ABC News report, there were more than 38,000 Mexican restaurants in the United States as of 2011, while one in 10 restaurants sold a Mexican dish. Food lovers have two gratuitous excuses to enjoy Mexican food this September, when both Mexico’s Independence Day and National Guacamole Day take place on the 16th. To commemorate these holidays, and help places tout their Mexican food offerings, FindTheHome and FindTheCompany sought out to find the neighborhoods with the most south-of-the-border food options. Using Dun & Bradstreet data, FindTheHome looked at the Mexican restaurant density to determine which places truly love Mexican food.

 

If you're looking for burritos, enchiladas and tacos, here are the top neighborhoods where you'll find an abundance of Mexican food: 5. University Park - 1.1 per 10k people

 

4. Webster Square - 1.8 per 10k people

 

3. Booth Apartments - 3.0 per 10k people

 

2. Green Island - 4.9 per 10k people

 

1. Lake Park - 9.8 per 10k people

 
 

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