Cuisine from coastal regions is frequently packed full of fresh seafood, garnished with mouthwatering spices and sauces, and contains one's daily recommended dosage of kraken. Chomp into a mythically massive taste with today's deal: for $7, you get $15 worth of coastal Mexican fare at Blue Water Taco Grill. You can redeem your Groupon at any of seven Seattle locations.
Before diving into an entrée, Blue Water Taco Grill's regular menu lets you improve your ability to hold your breath under cheese with a heaping pile of nachos topped with cheese, beans, Pico de Gallo, sour cream, guacamole, fresh salsa, and veggies ($6.05), or meats such as chicken and beef ($7.30 each). From there, cast your mouth-net around a school of authentic fish tacos ($3.10) adorned with cabbage and lime tartar, or bomb your taste buds with a devastatingly delicious torpedo of prawn burrito (with rice, beans, Pico de Gallo, and fresh salsa; $7.30). For fusion-fueled humans, Blue Water's Taco salads, such as the shrimp and krab taco bowl ($7.30), fuel fusion-powered palates with a swirling vortex of beans, lettuce, Pico de Gallo, sour cream, guacamole, cheese, and fresh salsa, all harnessed inside a crispy tortilla chip bowl. Blue Water also whips up plenty of vegan options, such as the vegan-style fancy rice ($5.20) with Pico de Gallo, beans, cilantro, and salsa, plus a team of veggie choices. Breakfast is also served at select locations.
Blue Water does its namesake one better by boasting an atmosphere that's both cool and oxygenated. Orange stools give coworkers a playful perch for casual lunches, and also allow for quick snack breaks during life's many chase scenes. Barely acquainted dates, meanwhile, can tentatively arm-wrestle at dinner tables both indoors and outdoors. Invite along an amigo or make one when you get there with today's Groupon to Blue Water Taco Grill.
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Blue Water Taco Grill won a Best of Citysearch award in 2005, 2006, and 2007 for their burritos. Ninety-one percent of more than 60 Urbanspooners like the taco grill, and multiple Yelpers and five Citysearchers give the Queen Anne Avenue location an average of 3.5 stars: