$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food at Breakfast or Lunch at Maggie Rita’s Mexican Kitchen
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Tex-Mex dishes such as fajitas, enchiladas, and flautas at an eatery owned by Carlos Mencia
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Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Valid only at the downtown Chase Tower location. Valid only for breakfast and lunch.
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$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food During Breakfast or Lunch
The lunch menu includes chicken flautas ($7.99) and beef enchiladas ($8.99). Lunch is served Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.–3 p.m.
Maggie Rita’s Mexican Kitchen
Carlos Mencia, the owner of Maggie Rita’s Mexican Kitchen, has his face emblazoned across menus tinged with Mexican, Spanish, South American, and Texan culinary traditions. In ceviche, a traditional Peruvian dish, citric acid from lemons or limes cooks cubes of white fish infused with the flavors of spices and peppers. Empanadas burst open, spilling steam and revealing spicy mango and pork. The Tex-Mex influences shine in enchiladas, burritos or tacos, corn tortillas that cradle roasted pork or beef fajitas. Traditional Tex-Mex ingredients, from poblano peppers to cream sauces infused with cilantro and jalapeño, fill the plates of diners and the briefcases of lawyers who don’t mind not being prepared for a trial.
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