$14 for a Mexican Platters and Drinks for Two at Las Teresitas Mexican Grill (Up to $26.80 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Award-winning chorizo tacos, grilled chicken in mole poblano, or grilled pork tips with green tomatillo sauce fill entree platters

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in or carryout only. Entrees valid only off platter portion of the menu. Not valid for Molcajete Mexicano platter. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The conquistadors visited Mexico looking for gold, spices, and a food to pair with their frozen margaritas in cactus glasses. Share in their discovery with this Groupon.

$14 for a Mexican Meal for Two (Up to $26.80 Total Value)

  • Two platters, such as the orange roast-pork carnitas dinner, carne asada, or chiles rellenos platters (up to an $11.55 value each)
  • Two horchatas, Mexican Jarritos sodas, or fountain sodas (a $3.70 value)
  • See the full menu

Las Teresitas Mexican Grill

The former owner of local hotspot Taco Morelos, restaurateur Gaspar Perez now reigns over the kitchen at Las Teresitas Mexican Grill. Here, he's ramped up his well-known Mexican favorites with high-quality ingredients and bold flavors, and this time, he's keeping the entire operation in the family. According to City Pages—which awarded Las Teresitas the 2012 Best Taco award for its chorizo taco—Perez's wife waits tables as his cousin cooks up fajitas, mole chicken, and tacos stuffed with brisket, Mexican-style barbecue pork, or beef cheek. The family's even in the restaurant's name, which Perez chose in honor of his mother (Teresa) and his daughter (also Teresa), who gained popularity at Taco Morelos for greeting customers at the door with a smile and fresh tortilla chips.

The free chips are still a thing. In the center of the casual dining room stands a complementary chips-and-salsa bar, showcasing a spread of nine colorful homemade salsas in varying degrees of heat. Perez encourages guests to sample these salsas—which include tomato chipotle and chili de arbol varieties—and use them to customize their meals or secretly spice up a friend's horchata.

Las Teresitas Mexican Grill

The former owner of local hotspot Taco Morelos, restaurateur Gaspar Perez now reigns over the kitchen at Las Teresitas Mexican Grill. Here, he's ramped up his well-known Mexican favorites with high-quality ingredients and bold flavors, and this time, he's keeping the entire operation in the family. According to City Pages—which awarded Las Teresitas the 2012 Best Taco award for its chorizo taco—Perez's wife waits tables as his cousin cooks up fajitas, mole chicken, and tacos stuffed with brisket, Mexican-style barbecue pork, or beef cheek. The family's even in the restaurant's name, which Perez chose in honor of his mother (Teresa) and his daughter (also Teresa), who gained popularity at Taco Morelos for greeting customers at the door with a smile and fresh tortilla chips.

The free chips are still a thing. In the center of the casual dining room stands a complementary chips-and-salsa bar, showcasing a spread of nine colorful homemade salsas in varying degrees of heat. Perez encourages guests to sample these salsas—which include tomato chipotle and chili de arbol varieties—and use them to customize their meals or secretly spice up a friend's horchata.


Tips

75% of 788 customers

  • “Respect the heat of the salsa, hot but good”

  • “When they say it is hot it is hot but it was great.”

  • “Great family place and amazing daily specials throughout the week.”

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    Wenonah

    5748 34th Ave. S

    Minneapolis, Minnesota 55417

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