With your kitchen's pots and pans inhabited by the evil spirits of dead pots and pans, cooking at home has become both time-consuming and spooky. Get quality cuisine without interference from crazed kitchenware with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of American and Mexican fare and drinks at Billy's Downtown Zulu in Monroeville.
Billy's Downtown Zulu serves salivating stomachs the best of both worlds with American and Mexican dishes. The menu invites noshers to start with apps, such as Billy's signature nachos, swimming in cheese and peppers ($4.95 for half plate). American delights include boneless chicken strips ($8.95), a 12-ounce pork chop ($12.25), and the hamburger steak, which, like apple pears and sporks, is not quite the latter nor exactly the former ($10.50). On the seafaring side of selections, a broiled or deep-fried haddock ($13.95) and fish sandwich with fries ($7.95) quiet talkative tummies. Chompers craving carnivorous fare from our neighbors to the south can choose from a beef taco ($2.30), beef tostada ($3.10), or sample the whole market with the beef combination plate, a beef taco, tostada, and enchilada served with beans and chips ($9.95). Double-minded diners can share two chicken burritos ($11.50) and a medium margarita pitcher ($11.75) with a friend, date, or a friend's date.
Billy's Downtown Zulu was featured on Associated Content:
- This is not your typical Mexican food or restaurant. Billys says their signature dish is their Nachos. When you order nachos here you get a lot of food. More than any one person can eat. – Pat Bartels, Associated Content
Billy’s Downtown Zulu
The grills in Billy’s Downtown Zulu’s kitchen crackle and hiss as meats, seafood, and vegetables are prepared for the restaurant’s Mexican and American dishes. Chefs whip up house-made tortilla chips, salsa, and guacamole for an array of taco, fajita, enchilada, and burrito plates, and American--style dinners are crafted by carving up T-bone steaks or hand-sculpting ground-beef burger patties into the likenesses of respected Revolutionary War generals. As servers tote steaming dishes to tables, bartenders dole out specialty margaritas and beers by the glass and pitcher.