Like most modern conflicts, the rivalry between soft and hard tacos will not end until one side gets eaten by a bear. Broker a culinary truce with today's Groupon to Los Jimadores Tex-Mex Tequila Factory in Bedford. Choose between the following options:
For $23, you get a Tex-Mex dinner for two (up to a $47.89 total value), which includes:
- Any appetizer (up to a $9.99 value)
- Choice of two entrees (up to a $16.95 value each)
- Two fountain drinks (a $2 value each)
For $10, you get $20 worth of any Tex-Mex fare from the menu. Entrees are $5.25–$16.95.
Chefs at Los Jimadores sizzle a mélange of farmers' market veggies into hot beef and pork fajitas and pestle avocados tableside into guacamole worthy of crunchy homemade chips. Duos open the evening with queso fundido, a molten dip of jack cheese, roasted and seasoned chili strips, and chorizo, great for warming up appetites and preparing tongues for lava-eating competitions. Authentic fajitas invite diners to roll charro beans and rice into handmade flour or corn tortillas with spicy sauce and quail, shrimp, beef, or bacon. A quintet of taco platters harmoniously du-wops onstage, folding up surf-and-turf favorites, before discerning eaters call forth the brisket for a sweet-and-spicy solo. Though not included in this Groupon, mathematical barkeeps swizzle a mean margarita, balancing the sour kick of lime with the salty tang of remembered summer love.
Los Jimadores Tex-Mex Tequila Factory
Los Jimadores is the Mexican term for the skilled farmers who cultivate the hearts (or piñas) of blue agave plants, so crucial to the production of tequila. These piñas can weigh anywhere from 40 to 200 pounds and require its harvester to answer a devilish riddle. It's not a job for the weak of arm, but the heavenly results of that labor can be tasted in Los Jimadores' signature margaritas, including the Herradura French margarita and coconut margarita. These drinks will find no shortage of dance partners on the expansive menu, which aims to cover all bases on both sides of the border: traditional tacos and enchiladas with homemade corn and flour tortillas, Tex-Mex chimichangas, guacamole made tableside, chorizo-laced breakfast omelets. The equally ambitious desserts offset fried ice cream with the pastel imposible, a gravity-flouting blend of flan and chocolate cake. Los Jimadores can also host parties of up to 80 people in a private room.