Sazon Restaurant & Cafe Coupons and Deals
The tortilla's thinness makes it ideal for folding, sliding under closed doors, and illustrating theories that the earth is made of corn. Exhibit A with this Groupon. Choose Between Two Options $7 for $15 worth of Spanish cuisine and nonalcoholic specialty drinks $15 for $30 worth of Spanish cuisine and nonalcoholic specialty drinks The menu includes the pique macho ($11.75), which mixes diced steak and hot dog with french fries and a hardboiled egg, as well as chicken fajitas ($9.95) and lemon-chicken salad ($8.50).
Although it only recently opened, Café Sazón has quickly established itself as the top South American bakery in the area. Their selection of house-made sweets, cookies, pastries, and breads fills the air with the warm, delicious smells of Bolivian cuisine. In addition to their baked goods, there’s also a menu of lunch and dinner options, such as silpancho (a Bolivian dish from Cochabamba) and sopa de mondongo (slow-cooked tripe and vegetable soup). Café Sazón's chatty staff are welcoming ambassadors for Bolivian cuisine, so don’t be afraid to order something you’ve never heard of. This is the place to try it. If you can’t parse the menu, don’t be afraid to ask the helpful staff to translate. For the less adventurous, the café is a lovely location for a mug of hot chocolate and a piece of flan. Buen apetito!
If things go like last year, the holidays will leave you with no money in the bank and a heap of gift cards to cash in at the mall. Grab some girlfriends and today's Save, and make a day of it-hit the shops and sample a new nearby eatery. Spend just $7 to get $15 worth of authentic Latin American and Mexican favorites at Cafe Sazón in Arlington. By now, you've had your fill of cookies and eggnog. But with a menu full of deliciously different dishes, drinks and desserts, Cafe Sazón is sure to send mealtime monotony packing. Sizzling steak fajitas and enchiladas Hondureñas are among fan favorites, but for those looking to savor some serious south-of-the-border flavor, we recommend the silpancho — a Bolivian dish made of breaded steak served over steaming rice with potatoes and fried eggs. Be sure to check out Sazón's juices and smoothies, made with the freshest, in-season fruits, or warm up with a steamy cappuccino or cup of coffee. Ready to spice it up? Show me how to Save!