Mexican Bar Deals in Cleveland
The conquistadors visited Mexico looking for gold, spices, and a food to pair with their frozen margaritas in cactus glasses. Share in their discovery with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Cuisine The menu’s slow-roasted pork empanadas ($7.99) pave the way for seared mahi-mahi tacos in a chipotle-lime glaze ($12.99), a burrito with marinated flank steak, guacamole, and mexican rice ($10.99), or a goat-cheese quesadilla with black beans, rajas, and portobello mushrooms ($9.99).
Why You Should Go: While no one’s ever claimed to be bored in Vegas, the city’s location in the middle of the desert leaves it lacking a true beach. Unfortunately we don’t have the power to change that, but we can direct you to most fun beach-themed restaurant in the city, Coconuts Beach Bar & Mexican Grill, where you’ll find mouth-watering Mexican fare, delicious drinks and a non-stop fiesta. What You Should Know: Located in Town Square, Coconuts is the home of the four-foot burrito, where it’s surf’s up all year long and where you’ll never see a velvet rope. Feast on Asada Tacos, Shredded Beef Enchiladas, Tequila Chicken and a whole lot more, while you sip on something from a giant list of margaritas, mojitos, martinis, tequinis and x-rated shakes. So head to Vegas’ tastiest Mexican food and wildest party, at Coconuts Beach Bar & Mexican Grill.
Why You Should Go: Being the adventurous eater that you are, you're always looking for food to sizzle, surprise, and spice you up, but lately you've only tasted snooze factors. Indulge in authentic Mexican cuisine at Croc's Mexican Grill. Why You’ll Love It: In the heart of lower downtown Denver's historical district, Croc's Mexican Grill serves up award-winning Mexican favorites in a relaxed, fun atmosphere. With a full bar, mouthwatering hand-poured margaritas and sizzling happy hour specials, you’ll want to come for the sports, karaoke and atmosphere as much as the delectable fare. What to Eat: Customer favorites are the fried calamari, sweet potato fries and the world-famous "El Shrimp Bucket". With 16 foot ceilings and a sidewalk patio for people-watching as you sip your margarita, Croc's is one Mexican restaurant with a definitive cosmopolitan flare.