After scientists revealed UFOs were actually full-grown tortillas, people everywhere filled swimming pools with guac and beans to catch and dissect the floury creatures. Nab a tender baby disc with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Tex-Mex fare and drinks at Añejo House of Tequila in North Richland Hills. This Groupon is not valid toward alcoholic beverages. It is valid for dine-in only.
The dishes on Añejo's diverse menu are bursting at the seams with traditional home-style Mexican and Texan recipes artfully crafted by chef Fernando Martinez. Fire up feasting with an order of freshly made guacamole ($6.95 for medium size, $9.95 for large size) or freshly marinated ceviche imperial, netting together fish, scallops, shrimp, avocado, cilantro, spices, and citrus ($8.95). Competitive-with-themselves eaters can work toward weekly quotas with the chicken enchiladas ($9.95 for two), tender pork tacos ($10.95 for three), and steak fajitas ($13.95), and lovers of all things oxymoronic can nosh on the camarones rellenos, featuring bacon-wrapped jumbo shrimp stuffed with cheese ($15.95). For patrons in search of abundant euphoria mixed with a hint of cumin, Añejo serves up the house- specialty El Añejo Platter, a ziggurat of beef and chicken fajitas, a half-rack of slow-cooked ribs, and three stuffed shrimp served with guacamole, pico de gallo, and rice and beans ($32.95). The El Añejo Platter, like tandem bicycles and marriages, is meant for two people.
Añejo's interior is a colorful fusion of open space, smooth hardwood surfaces, and oversized booths. Moonwalk outside onto the massive outdoor patio and enjoy ample seating, a glass-sheathed fire pit, and frequent entertainment by local musicians. Although not included in this Groupon, Añejo House of Tequila's namesake can be served up, with more than 75 kinds of tequila available at an additional cost.
Añejo House of Tequila was mentioned on Thrillist, and has a three-star average from five Yelpers and an average of four owl-eyes from three TripAdvisors. It is liked by 83% of Urbanspooners and has more than 600 Facebook fans.
- this swank new Tex-Mex outpost gets resplendent with a myriad of glass vases, globes, and other treasures, a candle-stuffed display case, and a glass-shielded fireplace, a feature also found on a sizable patio blooming with light string-wrapped saplings and its own monolithic island bar. – Thrillist
- We have waited a very long time for a high quality Tex Mex restaurant to set up shop in the neighborhood shopping center. Anejo's is that restaurant! – gsrmantx, TripAdvisor
North Richland Hills
9159 Blvd. 26
North Richland Hills, Texas 76180Get Directions