Without restaurants, waiters would purposelessly wander parks all day, folding swans out of actual swans. Keep their hands occupied with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for $24 worth of locally sourced Mexican food
- $25 for $50 worth of locally sourced Mexican food for four or more<p>
The menu features authentic Mexican food made fresh from locally sourced ingredients. Start with appetizers such as sea-bass-and-shrimp ceviche ($9.50) before moving on to enticing main courses such as housemade tamale pies filled with beef or pork, chili, and queso fresco ($9.50) and burritos packed with chicken, onions, and bell peppers ($7.50).<p>
Peak & Elm Cocina Y Bar
Brought to Dallas by the same owners as La Popular Tamale House, Peak & Elm Cocina Y Bar offers fresh, authentic Mexican fare made from locally sourced ingredients. The casual BYOB eatery is situated, naturally, at the corner of Peak and Elm, and represents what Thrillist’s Aaron Miller calls “an homage to old East Dallas.” The writer notes the bar's collection of local artwork, wooden fixtures straight from area houses, and knob-adorned bar as proof to his claim. Old Dallas or not, Peak & Elm’s food is a twist on classic Mexican cuisine, thanks to items such as tamale pies, fresh ceviche, and tacos tapatios—taquitos filled with Prime beef and served with sides of pickled cabbage-and-carrot slaw. One thing diners will not find at Peak & Elm, however, is chips and salsa; D Magazine reports that the owner, Jesse Moreno, prefers his customers don’t fill up before they taste his home-run dishes.