Fuego Tacos Coupons and Deals
Unlike turtle and snail shells, tacos shells offer little protection from hungry predators. Heed your stomach’s call for carnivorous consumption with this Groupon. $3 for $10 Worth of Casual Latin Food and Drinks for Two or More From the menu, diners can select one of eight meats with which to fill a pair of tacos or a flour burrito, including panko-crusted white shrimp ($11), citrus chicken ($10), and pork shoulder that’s marinated overnight ($10).
Restaurants are like TV shows: The best ones get their own spinoffs. Savor everything from Latin fusion to Mexican street food with today's deal from Fuego Bistro Restaurant Group: Pay $3 for $10 to spend on food and drink at Fuego Tacos or Fuego Cityscape. If you're a taco afficianado, head to Fuego Tacos to savor short rib barbacoa braised with pineapple, soy, chipotle, and Dr Pepper, and know that Phoenix magazine named this casual spot one of 2011's best new restaurants. Not to be outdone, Arizona Foothills magazine praises the Yucatan barbecue sauce lacing the empanadas at Fuego Cityscape, which serves modern Mexican cuisine. Whichever restaurant you choose, you're sure to be in for a meal that's critically acclaimed.
Tacos are the glory of North American civilization. We're not debating that; we're just telling you where to get a great one. Immerse yourself in pure taco-liciousness and go taco-crazy with today's kgbdeal: $3 for $10 worth of delicious tacos at Fuego Tacos. Try the fabulously meaty carne asada, the breaded shrimp, or the delectable Baja fish. Whatever you choose, we're sure you'll agree that this is no accident – it's pure taco perfection. Reviews: Fuego Tacos has an impressive 4-star rating on Yelp from 94 reviewers: “...If you're enthused by trying new and creative food, it'll be right up your alley." --Shirley S. on 8/17/11
Tacos are a universal favorite. Jeff Ward, owner of Fuego Bistro located in the Central corridor, has created a casual version of his other location in the Esplanade, featuring 16 different kinds of tacos using the "same ingredients and DNA of Fuego Bistro." Tacos here are listed as either "Purist" or "Nuevo," serving up a little something for the steadfast and the curious alike.A couple for the Purists: Chicken "street-style" tacos with natural chicken breast, pico de gallo, fresh cilantro, lime and tomatillo sauce; or braised Pork shoulder with charred poblano salsa, tomatillo aioli, and cojita cheese. And a couple for The Nuevos-Duck confit tacos with blood orange salsa, port chile reduction w/ charred peppers & onions; and the Spicy Vegetarian, with poblano and Anaheim chiles, charred bell pepper salsa, chipotle aioli and an Oaxacan cheese blend. You will have to come in to see and try all the rest! Taco plates come two per, and run $8 to $12. Plates include chipotle creamed corn, Cuban black beans, and of course, the requisite chips and salsa. Delicious libations like mojitos, sangria, martinis, margaritas - all with a $5 price tag - make it hard to choose just one, so two may be in order. Fuego Tacos offers happy hour from 3 to 7 p.m. daily, and all day on Sunday.South of thr Border? No Need - Come to this Border!
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