Guadalahonky’s is Draper’s original Mexican restaurant and has been open since December 1988, when most of the neighbors were cows. People who know great Mexican food will tell you Guadalahonky’s is the place to go. The salsa is justifiably famous—one bite and you’ll see why. Guadalahonky’s offers a wide variety of “Amexicana” and Tex-Mex favorites, from chimichangas to enchiladas, tostadas to asadas, and fajitas to stir-fry. The restaurant also offers both a vegetarian menu and an American menu for those who have a timid tongue. For those who like spice, take a look at the boca de fuego (mouth on fire) menu. The festive, colorful ambiance just adds to the fun.