Azteca Cantina

College Park

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Tex-Mex eatery slings generous portions of uncommon, authentic dishes with seafood, chicken, beef & pork

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Promotional value expires May 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like human neighbors, the United States and Mexico share cuisines and frequently fill each other's public swimming pools with guacamole. Load up on prank ammunition with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of Tex-Mex fare at Azteca Restaurant and Cantina in College Park.

At Azteca Restaurant and Cantina, cooks sling generous portions of unusual yet authentic Tex-Mex eats. Diners can rev up their eating engines with the tamales de elote filled with creamy sweet corn ($2.75) before moving on to a beef chimichanga, a roundup of beef, beans, guacamole, and cheese in a tortilla big enough to blanket a replica of the Aztec pyramids ($10.99). Those who like it hot can dig into a sizzling plate of lobster-tail fajitas with chicken and beef ($28.99) or opt for the meat-free enchiladas Monterrey, resplendent with cheese and ranchero sauce ($9.99). Tacos and burritos ($11.99+) provide delivery systems for chicken, beef, or veggies

Azteca Restaurant and Cantina

The fragrance of sizzling spiced meats waft through the brightly hued dining room of Azteca Restaurant and Cantina, enticing diners as they sit at cozy tables and pull cornflower-blue napkins into their laps. Helmed by owners James Burick and Mario Orellana, Azteca Restaurant and Cantina titillates taste buds with generous portions of unusual yet authentic Tex-Mex eats. Diners can rev up their eating engines with the tamales de elote filled with creamy sweet corn before moving on to a beef chimichanga, a roundup of beef, beans, guacamole, and cheese in a tortilla big enough to blanket a replica of the Aztec pyramids. A sizzling plate of lobster-tail fajitas comes with chicken and beef, whereas the enchiladas monterrey provide a meat-free option resplendent with cheese and ranchero sauce.

Customer Reviews

Good and attentive serve. The salsa needed some pep.
Alene · May 20, 2012
Yes, this is simple. I am a bartender and a Mexican Restuarant can never serve a pre-mixed margarita. I have had better ones in most places I have ever been. The bartender and staff were very nice!
James R. · May 16, 2012
keep up the good work
Judy M. · May 16, 2012

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