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Though it's known for its molcajetes—Mexican hot stone bowls prepared with special salsas—El Tejaban Mexican Grill also whips up more than 150 other dishes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Specialty house margaritas soothe palates after spicy helpings of nachos or Huatulco pizzas covered in beans, Mexican sausage, and pico de gallo. For a new take on intoxicating flavors, guests can dive into the camarones 1800, an entrée that spotlights tender shrimp spiked with your choice of tequila or 100-proof truth serum.