Chelinos

Mexican Restaurant

Chelinos

Mexican Restaurant

Serving Sonoma County since 2002

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Traditional Mexican cuisine
using only the finest ingredients

    

 

 

 

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A large selection of Domestic & Imported beers also enjoy our Tap beers as well as a large variety of wines featuring La Crema & Kendall-Jackson 

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-CHELINO’S-

1079 FOURTH STREET

SANTA ROSA CALIFORNIA

-SPECIALS & EVENTS-

WEEKEND SPECIAL

-SATURDAY & SUNDAY ONLY-

Home made Tortillas 

MENUDO          11.95 

BIRRIA DE RES  12.95 

BIRRIA DE CHIVO  12.95 

MONDAY-FRIDAY

2:00-5:00 pm

-Hours-

MON-THU

8:00am-8:30 pm

FRI-SAT

8:00am-9:00 pm

SUNDAY

8:00am-8:00 pm

HAPPY HOUR

MONDAY-FRIDAY

DRAFT BEER

Modelo Especial

3.00

Pacifico Clara

3.00

Coors Light

2.00

Lagunitas Sumpin’

4.00

NEW

Agave Wine MARGARITA!

FOOD ITEMS

QUESADILLA

4.95

TAQUITOS

4.25

NACHOS

4.95

HAPPY HOUR

MONDAY-FRIDAY

DRAFT BEER

Modelo Especial

3.00

Pacifico Clara

3.00

Coors Light

2.00

Lagunitas Sumpin’

4.00

NEW

Agave Wine MARGARITA!

FOOD ITEMS

QUESADILLA

4.95

TAQUITOS

4.25

NACHOS

4.95

TESTIMONIALS

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    Santa Rosa boast a lot of great taquerias, but it’s harder to find affordable sit-down restaurants serving Mexican food. Chelino’s  comfy red vinyl diner booths invite you to sit down to a large platter of Carnitas with beans and rice or spicy saucy chilaquiles.

                                         San Francisco Chronicle                                            Thursday, September 25, 2008

  • sf-chronical2

    The sparkling-clean spot is decorated with black velvet Aztec paintings and beer signs. The enormous menu is packed with tempting choices from Chilaquiles to Pork Spareribs in red salsa. Portions are huge and ingredients fresh: Try the superb Ceviche Tostada buried under mounds of moist fish. The best seats are on the stools at the front counter, watching the busy open kitchen as you sop up every last drop of Chicken Mole with your tortillas.

    Tuesday, September 18, 2007

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