It's easy to transport yourself south of the border—just visit a Mexican restaurant or hit the "Mexico" button hidden inside every car's glove box. Escape with this Groupon.
$6 for One Beef Dayvaso and One Clam or Shrimp Dayvaso ($12.50 Value)
Bartenders mix Clamato tomato juice, freshly squeezed lime juice, chili powder, and Dayvasalsa with beef, shrimp, or clams to make a spicy, savory libation.
About two years ago, a savory drink called dayvasos began to rapidly gain popularity in Juárez, Mexico. It was originally rumored to be a hangover cure, but people began sipping it for its taste rather than its function; " "Now kids have it, abuelitas (grandmothers) too," Dayvasos JN co-owner Miguel Ortiz told an El Paso Times writer. Clamato tomato juice, freshly squeezed lime juice, chile powder, and a secret ingredient called "Dayvasalsa" are the building block of a dayvaso; bartenders top this blend with additions such as beef jerky, fresh or dried shrimp, or clams. Some patrons like to mix dayvasos with beer, and Ortiz accommodates them by stocking Mexican and domestic brews, which are also available to take home.