It's Tiki time...
Join us on the second Friday of every month over the summer for a Tiki Party! Hang outside with live music, and later, a DJ, an outdoor walk up kitchen and bar, outdoor seating, and plenty of room for dancing! You may also dine inside with a reservation in the dining room or dine in the bar or on the patio. Both the bar and patio are subject to the cover charge and seating is first come first served. Click for more info about our Summer Tiki Parties!
We are open for both
indoor and outdoor dining!
Hours are as Follows:
Tuesday through Saturday:
Bar/Patio 12 noon- 2am
Dining Room 12 noon-9pm
Sunday and Monday
Bar/Patio 12 noon- 12am
Dining Room 12 noon- 9pm
*Sunday through Thursday Kitchen open until 9pm
*Friday/Saturday- Kitchen open until 11pm
Happy Hour: Monday-Friday, 4pm - 6pm
Tuesday: Taco Tuesday -$2.50 - $3.50 tacos in the bar @4pm
Friday & Saturday: Weekend Menu Additions
Sunday: Acoustic Sundays on the Patio
May through September
Reservations for our dining room and patio are encouraged.
Bar seating available on a first come-first serve basis.
Although we love animals, please leave them at home.
Our dining areas are for humans only.
(exception: certified service animals)
Not ready to dine-in?
Give us a Call and Order it to-go!
Serving the community since 1984, Tex Mex Connection is a family owned 3-star certified green restaurant. We offer an extensive menu including several gluten-free and vegetarian options, as well as special additions created by our culinary team, all prepared fresh daily. We have 16 beers on draft, a great selection of 100% agave tequilas at an unbelievable price and of course our famous house margaritas featuring our very own Tex Mex Tequila Gold.
We recycle, compost, and have implemented many other environmentally friendly changes over the years. We are also active in our community and host several events that benefit various local causes.
Tex Mex Connection
201 E Walnut St
North Wales PA 19454
Fresh Food, Made From Scratch Daily!
But What is Tex-Mex?
Tex Mex is a cuisine born on the border of Texas and Mexico, when the cowboys (AKA vaqueros) of the early 1900's were paid partially with beef. They grilled the meat, wrapped it in a tortilla with whatever fixings they liked and the fajita was born!
Most of what Americans call Mexican is actually Tex Mex: nachos, burritos, etc. This cuisine is a fusion that has evolved over the years into a unique American tradition. Most of our menu items celebrate this collaboration.
Of course we do love to feature some traditional Mexican fare too, such as our enchiladas with house made mole and verde sauces, while at the same time some of our other dishes are all Texas, such as the Ribs or the Rio Grande Red.