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The night’s dark cloak has spread across the sky, bringing the outdoor patio to life with clinking glasses and a lively crowd. Two high-definition projector screens have been pulled down, a football game unfolding on the display as onlookers hoot and cheer between sips of their frosty drinks. Nights such as this occur with regularity at Los Tres Garcia, which strives to foster an atmosphere of excitement and festivity with engaging events throughout the week. When the restaurant’s outdoor screens and indoor high-definition TVs aren’t illuminated with a game, the dining room’s walls reverberate with the toe-tapping melodies of live bands beckoning eaters to abandon their tables and dance.
Named for a famous Mexican film of the same moniker, Los Tres Garcia serves authentic south-of-the-border fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. As revelers convene in the dining room, chefs buzz about the kitchen architecting traditional dishes, such as enchiladas, chalupas, and fajitas, along with contemporary fare, such as burgers and steaks. Behind the bar, a crew of skilled drinksmiths concoct inventive libations, such as the jalapeño margarita that zings taste buds with its infusion of the eponymous peppers and bottled dragon tears.