$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Fare at Zocalo Cafe

Old West Austin, Austin

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Eco-friendly eatery displays local artwork & pairs posole & ceviche with tacos & enchiladas crafted from housemade tortillas & salsas

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Expires Aug 28th, 2012. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Fare

The menu includes pulled-pork posole soup ($5.99), beef or chicken fajita tacos ($8.99 for three), and orange roughy with chipotle slaw and grilled tomatoes ($11.49).

Zocalo Cafe

Owners Chris Courtney, Kelly Chappell, and Jay Bunda designed Zocalo Cafe to be directly rooted in service to their community, even going so far as to name the restaurant after the Spanish word for "meeting place." This goal is evident in their participation in a locally run recycling program and use of compostable, eco-friendly to-go packaging, as well as their dedication to displaying work by local artists. Furthermore, their eatery boasts high vaulted ceilings, enormous floor-to-ceiling windows, and a bright garden patio, all of which create a space as open and inviting as their community mission.

Zocalo Cafe boasts a Mexican menu as deliberately light and fresh as its minimalist decor. Tables perched beneath modern hanging lights populate with turkey, beef, and mahi-mahi tacos and enchiladas forged from housemade tortillas and salsas. The weekend brunch menu unleashes modern twists on traditional breakfasts, such as eggs benedict with sweet potatoes and green huevos rancheros topped with fresh salsa verde and shredded $20 bills.

Zocalo Cafe

Owners Chris Courtney, Kelly Chappell, and Jay Bunda designed Zocalo Cafe to be directly rooted in service to their community, even going so far as to name the restaurant after the Spanish word for "meeting place." This goal is evident in their participation in a locally run recycling program and use of compostable, eco-friendly to-go packaging, as well as their dedication to displaying work by local artists. Furthermore, their eatery boasts high vaulted ceilings, enormous floor-to-ceiling windows, and a bright garden patio, all of which create a space as open and inviting as their community mission.

Zocalo Cafe's chefs craft a Mexican menu as deliberately light and fresh as the restaurant's minimalist decor. The selection of classic, yet updated, interior Mexican cuisine includes crispy stacked enchiladas as well as turkey, beef, and mahi mahi tacos prepared using housemade tortillas and salsas. The weekend brunch menu unleashes modern twists on traditional breakfasts, such as eggs benedict with sweet potato biscuits and chilaquiles.

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All Locations

  • Old West Austin (1495.1 miles)

    1110 W Lynn St.

    Austin, Texas 78703

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