The Pegaso Mexican Diner is located near TCU at Bluebonnet Circle. It recently opened and is already gaining popularity. It’s been put in the spot where Tiff and Andi used to be. Pegaso’s is another dining option in this area now along with the Mellow Mushroom, Greenwoods, The Bottom and Fred’s TCU.
The difference with Pegaso is that it’s both a carry-out style and dine-in with a Mexican menu. They keep it affordable at under $10 for a meal and the design on the interior makes it very welcoming. Here is what you need to know about Pegaso Mexican Diner in Fort Worth.
The restaurant is known for using fresh ingredients for their Mexican-type entrees. Their menu offers several “comfort food” options and their menu is so large there’s no way to try it all. Sauces are slow simmered and you can tell the meats have been slow cooked as well. They have excellent margaritas like the Skinny Margarita, one of the town’s favorites.
The great thing about Pegaso is their ordering system. You can customize your order however you’d like. They love to help you mix and match items for the best combinations. Your main entrees will be the Street Tacos, Enchiladas, Burrito Bowls, Salad Bowls and Burritos. You get to watch them make your meal since you order in front of the kitchen, so it’s great seeing how your meal is put together.
Most people start with an Enchilada and build from there. Pick between blue corn or regular corn tortillas. Some people opt for the cabbage leaf wrap. From there, you fill your enchilada with options such as meats, sauces and toppings. You can even sample different flavors of Enchilada Platters. There are Vegan options as well, a kids menu for the little ones and brunch options on the weekends.
Pegaso’s menu claims it to mean “One who dares not to fly in Formation.” Their concept of creating your own combination truly proves that idea. Check out this eatery for something unique, located at 3516 Bluebonnet Circle.