Acapulcos/ La Campecina Inc. Coupons and Deals
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Voucher expires 11/31/13 Buy as many vouchers as you’d like! Limit one voucher per visit Valid for dine-in only; not valid for takeout Not valid for alcohol Full deal value must be used in one transaction Voucher is not valid for gratuity; please tip on the full value of your meal Valid only in Massachusetts No cash back Cannot be combined with other offers or special promotions Voucher is valid 24 hours after purchase
Armed with the traditional recipes of Guadalajara, Mexico, owner David Brambila created a menu that preserves the genuine flavors of Mexican food Start with Chile Con Queso, taste the Arroz con Pollo, or feast on your choice of fajitas (steak, chicken, or shrimp); you’ll always find a variety of dishes to please your palate Each restaurant shares the same menu and recipes but the interior of each location differs in taste and style
In terms of salsa, you much prefer the dip to the dance style. Fortunately for you, today's deal at the Acapulcos location in Amesbury offers more than enough to go around: $12 for $25 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks. This family-owned restaurant serves up a host of appetizers, soups and salads, steaks, sandwiches and burgers, burritos, chicken and pork dishes, quesadillas, fajitas, seafood, and more. Start with the nachos supreme, a heaping platter of crisp tortilla chips covered with beans, tomatoes, onions, guac, and your choice of chicken or beef. Then, move on to an entrée, like the namesake burrito, a flour tortilla packed tightly with your choice of meat, chile Colorado, rice, and beans -- and topped enchilada-style with sauce, greens, cheese, guac, and sour cream. Or, opt for the arroz con pollo, a chicken breast sautéed in a special sauce with mushrooms, onions, and bell peppers -- that's sure to leave those taste buds dancing. Want more? Check out Acapulcos on Facebook.
Why You Should Go: With Labor Day behind us and the approach of fall on our minds, it's easy to resign ourselves to bland meat and potatoes in preparation for the long winter months. But that's simply no fun. Add some sunshine to your life with the flavorful, bright, and spicy Mexican cuisine at one of Acapulcos Mexican Family Restaurant and Catina's ten locations. What You Should Taste: Armed with the traditional recipes of Guadalajara, Mexico, owner David Brambila created a menu that preserves the genuine flavors of Mexican food. Start off with Chile Con Queso, taste the Arroz con Pollo, or feast on your choice of fajitas (steak, chicken, or shrimp); you’ll always find a variety of dishes to please your palate. What You Should Know: Acapulcos boasts 10 locations across Massachusetts and Connecticut, each with the same signature menus infused with south-of-the-border style and personality. Since 2001 the team has been serving up traditional Mexican cuisine that delivers nothing but the wow-factor.
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