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Three-Course Dinner for Two or Four at Las Tablas Colombian Steakhouse (Up to Half Off)

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In a Nutshell

Lauded Colombian steakhouse serves empanadas, traditional South American desserts, and a wildly popular skirt-steak entree

The Fine Print

Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation recommended. Not valid on holidays. Dine-in only. Not valid for BYOB special Mondays-Thursdays or other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

It’s great to get out of the house for dinner, if only to put some space between you and the nest of snakes inside your oven. Hit the town with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$35 for a Colombian steakhouse dinner for two (up to a $65 total value)
$65 for a Colombian steakhouse dinner for four (up to a $130 total value)

  • One shared appetizer per pair (up to a $12 value each); frutos del mar combination platter excluded
  • One entree per person (up to a $22 value each); choose anything in the Los Mas Rico, Carnes, Pollo, Cerdo, and Mariscos sections
  • One dessert per person (a $4.50 value each)
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Las Tablas Colombian Steakhouse

"Did I like it? Do you want to get slapped? I loved it."

That was one diner's response to Ted Brunson, the host of America's Best Bites, when asked about whether or not he enjoyed Las Tablas Colombian Steakhouse's signature dish, the Entrana. This South American take on skirt steak is downright beloved by some Chicagoans. One such guest admitted to living above one of the city's most iconic steakhouses, only to find himself trekking over to Las Tablas whenever he gets a craving for steak. The thinnish strip is scored along its generous length, allowing it to absorb the super-secret eight-spice blend that's rubbed into it—only two people know the recipe. It is then served on a warmed metal plate that rests upon a wooden slab (a "tablas"), as are many of the restaurant's other dishes.

Considering how much they've been through to get to this point—including an uprooting from Colombia in the 1980s and a fire—it's probably a relief for the Suarez family that their recipes are so revered. It also helps that their menu is refreshingly simple, yet flexible. There are a few beef dishes, a few chicken dishes, a few pork dishes, and so on, but guests can also order a combinaciones, which allows them to pair two proteins of their choice. The Entrana and shrimp make a classic match, though options such as baby octopus and pork loin lend themselves to more creative pairings. Vegetarians need not feel left out, either, as there's a veggie platter, 100% meatless napkins, and a paella that blends spiced rice, beans, yuca, plaintains, and potatoes. Those starches reappear throughout the menu, and are served with most entrees.

If you're inspired by the Suarez family's cooking, you can try to recreate the recipes at home with their new product line of sauces and seasonings.


  • “Go in Sat or Fri, good music! Also good food, great steak, empanadas, arroz bacon pollo, they are consistent with the food ”

  • “Good service and good food...get the steak”

  • “Friendly service good food”

  1. A

    Las Tablas

    4920 W Irving Park Rd

    Chicago, IL 60641


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    Las Tablas Colombian Steak House

    2942 North Lincoln Avenue

    Ste 7

    Chicago, IL 60657


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