After the great radiator shortage of 1698, the Mexican people developed the tortilla to stop cold-footed carnitas from hogging all the covers. Munch on necessity's invention with today's Groupon: for $8, you get $16 worth of fast Mexican fare at Costa Vida.
The seasoned chefs at Costa Vida dish up fast, fresh Mexican favorites slathered in house-made salsa and all-natural ingredients and served in handmade tortillas. After perusing the menu, diners kick-start culinary excursions by dunking tortilla chips or tongues into a bowl of queso, guacamole, or salsa ($1.99–$3.99). Main courses include a raspberry-chicken burrito stuffed with black or pinto beans and cilantro-lime rice slumbering in a tortilla sleeping bag and swaddled in a blanket of one of three sauces ($7.49). Chomp into the fish tacos, broiled fish caught in a tortilla net ($7.79 for two), or sweet pork enchiladas, with gooey cheese, a choice of sauce, and state secrets of the Ottoman Empire ($7.79 for two). Quiet gossipy mouths with a slice of key-lime pie ($2.99) or flan ($2.99).