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.
Choose Between Two Options
- $40 for $80 worth of Mexican cuisine for four or more people
- $20 for $40 worth of Mexican cuisine for two people
The menu features lively, authentic Mexican flavors in dishes such as four ceviches made with lime-cured whitefish, octopus, surimi, and shrimp ($26); tropical guacamole with mango and walnuts ($10); and camarones mendigos, or butter-sautéed spicy shrimp ($20).
El Sol de Tala
Like the ivy plant, Mexican cuisine has spread far and wide across the United States and thrives in many cities. However, the chefs at El Sol de Tala are interested in getting back to the roots of Mexican cuisine, creating authentic Mexican food as they have since 1979. They make fresh guacamole to order, imbuing it with the tropical flavor of mango and nutty flavor of walnut, and braise succulent short ribs in Negra Modelo beer, pairing them with a rustic red salsa. Behind the bar, mixologists complement the kitchen's creations with margaritas crafted from fresh fruits and smooth reposado tequilas.
The decor heightens the experience of the food's flavors and aromas by transporting guests south of the border. A modest yellow brick building on the outside, the restaurant's interior combines lively, colorful fabric art and paintings with hacienda-style stucco archways. A 2-ton limestone fountain dominates the middle of the dining room, soothingly burbling throughout meals. Even the chairs sport artwork, bearing intricate images of the sun, moon, or macaw parrots that occasionally demand crackers dipped in fresh salsa verde.
89% of 114 customers recommend
“Will conginue to come there & reccomend to anyone wanting great mexican food in a wonderful atmosphere with good service !!”
“The food was great, the live music was enjoyable and the service was very good. We will definitely go back. ”
“Love the great taste of mexican food that is much more than refried beans and tacos”