Though coveting thy neighbor's wife or underground sprinkler system is beyond the pale, longing for a mouthful of his cuisine is an understandable desire. Satisfy desires to eat from the table of our nation's neighbor with today's Groupon to Lime, valid at Lime's four locations, two in Denver, one in Greenwood Village, and one in Winter Park. Choose between the following options:
For $34, you get a Mexican dinner for two (up to a $74.85 total value). The dinner includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $12.95 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $33.90 value)
- One pitcher of house margaritas (a $28 value)
For $15, you get $30 worth of anything on the menu. Entrees range from $8.95–$16.95 each.
Lime's epicureans flood mouths with signature margaritas and a colorful parade of fresh Mexican eats. Enlist a chow-time accomplice to infiltrate the savory Scorpions appetizer, a Lime invention that stations a quartet of shrimp atop jalapeño halves stuffed with fiery chipotle cheese, all cloaked in a fried wonton wrapper like a chef playing Hide and Seek. Sweet-corn tamales coax open hesitant maws with a vegetarian entree made fresh daily and slathered in a sauce of red or green chilies. Meanwhile, cuisine constructors crowd burritos' flour-tortilla tunnels with refried-bean barricades and protein roadblocks forged from a choice of chicken, carnitas, or ground beef. House margaritas fuel cheerful chatter and cool bellies more crowded than the makeup mirror at a clown-college reunion.
Forks scoop up south-of-the-border bites on patios flecked with emerald-hued umbrellas while beats float from DJ-spun discs on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Cheers from sports fans ring out across the Landmark Village location's bustling hunger haven, which is trimmed with televisions.
In addition to classic Mexican food staples like sizzling fajitas and tacos al carbon, chefs at Lime incorporate international influences into their Central American cuisine. Steamed edamame and chipotle crema dipping sauce, as well as the scorpion plate’s shrimp flash-fried in a wonton wrapper, mingle Mexican cooking methods and ingredients from Asian traditions. And American fair makes its mark with the Lime's Mexican burger which wraps a flour tortilla around a beef burger patty, served with fries. The restaurant creates a festive atmosphere with margaritas, mojitos, and board games that double as giant maracas.
The freshly made chips were pretty addictive, so be careful not to fill up.Capitol to Capital, 11/2/09
Manager was terrific and made sure everyone was well taken care of. Chips and salsa, margaritas...all great.Karen H., Yelp, 5/13/11