Three Sisters spins recipes honed over time into authentic, homemade Mexican meals. Along with the menu's traditional burritos and tacos, chefs call into existence more inventive eats, such as the vegetarian desert tamales, which they stuff with veggies, pasilla cream, and a sprig of mint. Patrons sup inside the eatery, take in the breeze around outdoor tables, or enjoy the meals at home with delivery, pickup, or teleportation.
Stepping into 524 Mexican Restaurant is like entering a sunset—golden walls melt into rich burgundy and orange accents as heat rises from classic Mexican cuisine—slow cooked carnitas, carne asada steaks, and warm enchiladas. Red wall sconces radiate light upward, illuminating waiters who unload starters, such as bean and cheese dip, and pour traditional soup into the mouths of the eatery’s wall-mounted masks.
Qdoba's burrito baristas handcraft a catering menu of Mexican-inspired cuisine, customizable with a panoply of fresh ingredients for a taco, nacho, or burrito bar. Qdoba's culinary crafters craft succulent fillings for burritos, tacos, nachos, and quesadillas, including protein-packing choices, such as slow-roasted pulled pork, adobo-marinated grilled steak or chicken, and spiced shredded or ground beef, with vegetarian options also available. Taste the gooey flavor accents of the signature queso sauce, a three-cheese blend with roasted poblanos, tomatoes, and jalapeños, the pinto or black beans simmered in cumin and onion, or the creamy, hand-smashed guacamole that's ideal for filling up Queen Elizabeth's diamond-studded guacamole chalice. Tortilla chips with salsa bar and desserts complete each catered event, and customers can opt for burrito-boxed lunches and any add-ons.
Una Mas Mexican Grill entices customers with high-quality, traditional Mexican cooking delivered with a modern flair and appetizing attitude. Incline your eyes to the menu and try a small bowl of tortilla soup with marinated chicken, avocado, cheese, and broth-soaked tortilla shreddings ($2.79 for a small). Margarita salad tantalizes teeth with fresh Romaine lettuce, jicama, cabbage in reds and greens, carrots, radishes, pinto beans, and mexican cheese, all flicked by the flavory fingers of salsa fresca and lime vinaigrette ($6.29). Volunteer your mouth for the task of dismantling a foghead burrito, which wraps chicken in a chili-tomato tortilla and accessorizes with cheese, guacamole, rice, black beans, sour cream, roasted pasilla, corn salsa, and barbecue sauce ($6.59).
As its name suggests, this restaurant lures patrons in with its popular tacos and zealous support for Mexico’s Santos Laguna football club. When ordering the regular or fried-tortilla tacos, patrons choose from 10 types of meat, including al pastor, chorizo, and lengua. Plates arrive out of the kitchen loaded with generously portioned burritos, quesadillas, tortas, and huevos rancheros as diners converse about Club Santos Laguna’s tournament chances and which players has the handsomest eyebrows.
GrubCrawl USA’s cuisine connoisseurs lead customers on carefully plotted culinary journeys marked by free appetizers, discounted drinks, and fellowship with other foodies. For the Harry Potter IMAX movie crawl, revelers meet at 5:30 p.m. at Tequila Museo Mayahuel, a tequila museum and restaurant, the first of four stops at various area eateries. Each destination features complimentary appetizers preselected from their menu and discounted drinks with which to wash down their wares. The evening culminates at the Esquire IMAX Theatre, whose eight-story-high screens entrance spellbound viewers as they witness Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, the finale to the blockbuster film franchise. The screens, which are the size of half a football field, boast a curve that encompasses vision to the periphery, filling sightlines more dramatically than reading glasses doodled with a Sharpie.