Sharing a meal out strengthens family bonds in a civilized way, unlike invading the neighborhood block party and laying siege to the bounce castle. Subjugate your hunger with today’s Groupon to Tacos & Beer in Woodstock. Choose between the following options:
For $13, you get a meal for two (up to a $26.90 value) that includes the following:
- Two combination entrees (up to an $8.50 value each)
- Two margaritas, beers, or soft drinks (up to a $4.95 value each)
For $24, you get a meal for four (up to a $53.80 value) that includes the following:
- Four combination entrees (up to an $8.50 value each)
- Four margaritas, beers, or soft drinks (up to a $4.95 value each)
Tacos & Beer's menu packs more than 180 nourishing dishes that tantalize palates with Tex-Mex and Mexican recipes. Dining duos or quartets can fill their abdominal reservoirs with one of 12 combinations, which all feature ground beef or shredded chicken, mexican rice, refried beans, and silverware. Three-headed options such as the taco, enchilada, and burrito and chalupa, taco, and tostada leave patrons with delicious decisions; feasters can also wash down other combos—including two enchiladas, two burritos, or two tamales—with sips from a refreshing margarita, imported or domestic beer, or soft drink.
In between chewing and chatting, diners can use the complimentary wireless Internet to browse the web on their WiFi-enabled laptop, phone, or telegraph. Tacos & Beer is home to a 6-pound burrito challenge, which awards $100 to those who can down the tortilla-wrapped behemoth in less than 30 minutes.
Tacos & Beer Mexican Restaurant
Not every restaurant's menu includes the word "monster." Tacos & Beer Mexican Restaurant is an exception: its Monster Burrito Challenge heaps six tortilla-swaddled pounds of cheese, rice, and beans in front of the gastronomically intrepid. If the challenger consumes every last bite of the cheese-encrusted, red sauce-smothered mountain in under 30 minutes, he or she receives a $100 gift certificate. Most meals are of a more modest size, but helpings stay generous: cheese dip, salsa roja, and salsa verde smother the Burrito Mexicano, and the pork burrito's meat is simmered so slowly the chef has to ride a tortilla back in time to pick it up. Tacos, enchiladas, and tamales reconfigure themselves into the restaurant’s 15 combination plates, and pork chops, salmon, and sizzling fajitas break taste buds out of ruts with less conventional flavors.