Tex Mex Deals in Seattle
It can be a wild ride trying to find good Tex-Mex in a location this far north of the border, but don't hang up your spurs just yet. Saddle up for today's deal from Laredos: $20 to spend on food and drink at brunch or lunch for $10. A lone star of authentic Tex-Mex in Queen Anne, Laredos serves up classics like the signature mesquite-grilled carne asada, rolled quesadillas, and black bean tacos. Drinks are also not to be missed; don't leave without sampling an avocado, tamarind, or jalapeño margarita. Buck up, cowboy -- good cuisine at a good price is yours, if only you lasso this deal. Want more? Check out Laredos on Facebook.
The Grammy Award-winning Chicano band from East L.A. first gained fame with their 1983 album "How Will the Wolf Survive?", and their unique blend of R&B, blues, Tex-Mex country and pop has remained influential ever since. The 1987 hit "La Bamba" from the film of the same name is practically a Mexican folk anthem. Their most recent album is 2010's Grammy-nominated "Tin Can Trust", which features two Spanish-language tracks. Their special concert at Benaroya Hall will highlight the group's East L.A. roots and Spanish-language music in an acoustic format.