The festive chefs at El Acapulco bring parties to plates with their authentic brand of Mexican cuisine, served in a lively, festive setting. Commission mouths to make a masterpiece of bubbly cauldrons of cheese dip ($2.25–$6.99), optimal for sharing or finger painting Jaliscan landscapes. Tacos Karina ($8.49) join El Acapulco's menu as its newest starlet, flaunting four warm, corn tortillas, grilled steak garters, fried beans, and chorizo. Single-serving plates of chicken or shredded-beef fajitas ($9.75) communicate with rumbling stomachs through sizzles or Morse code, and crispy chimichangas ($6.99) arrive mouthside stuffed with shredded beef and chicken.
The Burrito Meal's comestible concocters use fresh rice, beans, and savory meats to assemble the gut-busting burgers and burritos that populate their menu. Each delectable handmade burrito prompts bounteous bites of savory chicken, chorizo, steak, or pastor fillings and is lovingly nested inside aluminum foil to lock in flavor and heat. The Burrito Meal's culinary revisionists also transform the traditional burrito into the Burgito––a grilled hamburger donning all the usual fixings wrapped in a tortilla. Couples or platonic pairs can share today's Groupon for two burgers or two burritos, while diners eating solo can devour one and place the other in unoccupied cargo-pants pockets.
At Si Señor Mex Mex Grill, the chefs create Mexican favorites, geared toward an American palate: not too spicy, but seasoned just right. Dinners start off with heaping helpings of nachos or guacamole dip, and move on to hearty main entrees. Mexican specialties include everything from carne asada to fish tacos and chimichanga dinners, served with rice and beans.