From Our Editors
The chefs at Nana's Kitchen concoct a classic menu of sizzling tacos, burritos, and desserts according to recipes the proprietor learned from her grandmother, a restaurant owner in Agua Prieta, Mexico. A juicy, grilled Angus-beef flank steak cozies up to a love-struck cheese enchilada in the tampiqueña dinner special ($14.59). Alternately, munch the fried-egg-battered green pepper of the chili relleno ($10.98), or excavate savory ground beef and potatoes from the piping-hot interior of the Nana's Special burrito wrapped in a homemade tortilla ($8.99). For dessert, the spongy pastel de las tres leches bathes in three kinds of milk to acquire a rich, creamy texture and maintain a youthful complexion ($5.59). On some weekend nights, guests can abscond to the full bar to sip several dozen varieties of tequila—not included in today's Groupon—as they groove to live mariachi music.