Brunch for Two or Four at Yucatán (Up to 55% Off)

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In a Nutshell

Unlimited mimosas or bellinis complement Mexican-style breakfast items such as huevos rancheros and smoked-salmon tostadas

The Fine Print

Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Phone or online reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The word "brunch" is a fusion of "breakfast" and "lunch," just as the word "lunch" is itself a fusion of "let's munch!" Start your half-day off right with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $24 for brunch for two (a $49.90 total value)
  • $45 for brunch for four (a $99.80 total value)

Each brunch includes the following per person:

  • One entree, such as huevos rancheros, breakfast burritos, or tostadas with smoked salmon and goat cheese, and an unlimited salad buffet (a $15.95 value each)
  • Unlimited mimosas or bellinis (a $9 value each)

Brunch is available Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. See the full brunch menu.

Yucatán

Like many New Yorkers, Bruce Beck arrived in the city after studying theater; like many more still, he stayed for the food. Since joining the industry in 1979, Bruce has opened his own chocolate shop, written two cookbooks, taught chefs at The New School in Manhattan, and opened two restaurants—including the Mexican-inspired eatery Taco Sueño and its successor, Yucatán.

At the latter restaurant, chefs complement their familiar tacos and burritos with specialties such as pollo dorado a la Yucatán—a crispy half-chicken with chile habanero dipping sauce, pineapple slaw, and fries. At the full bar, mixologists prepare classic cocktails such as the margarita, a drink made to taste like the Caribbean's fruity, salt-rimmed waters.

Yucatán

Like many New Yorkers, Bruce Beck arrived in the city after studying theater; like many more still, he stayed for the food. Since joining the industry in 1979, Bruce has opened his own chocolate shop, written two cookbooks, taught chefs at The New School in Manhattan, and opened two restaurants—including the Mexican-inspired eatery Taco Sueño and its successor, Yucatán.

At the latter restaurant, chefs complement their familiar tacos and burritos with specialties such as pollo dorado a la Yucatán—a crispy half-chicken with chile habanero dipping sauce, pineapple slaw, and fries. At the full bar, mixologists prepare classic cocktails such as the margarita, a drink made to taste like the Caribbean's fruity, salt-rimmed waters.


Reviews

As someone who loves Mexico & has travelled there, I feel the food here is authentic and delicious.

A.W., Yelp, 3/23/12

The guacamole is excellent, as are the two salsas provided with the fresh tortilla chips. I really like the decor.

Naomi K., Yelp, 6/27/12

Tips

91% of 141 customers

  • “The food was delicious, drinks were awesome & the staff was super friendly & accommodating”

  • “Had a great time and the buffet was a good idea for brunch!!”

  • “Great food and great service:-) ”

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    Bronx

    2107 Williamsbridge Rd.

    Bronx, New York 10461

    718-824-0100

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