$10 for $20 Worth of Authentic Mexican Food for Dinner
An appetizer of queso fundido—flame cheese with chorizo and tortillas ($4.95)—bows to entrees of red-snapper fish tacos ($10.99), four fried flautas with shredded beef and chicken ($8.99), and pollo con crema—grilled chicken with bell peppers bathed in a creamy mexican sauce ($9.99). See the menu.
Casa Del Rio
Within Casa Del Rio's warm orange walls, chefs cobble together fresh meats, vegetables, and seafood to forge authentic Mexican lunch and dinner specialties. They douse shrimp in Diablo hot sauce, stuff flautas with shredded beef and chicken, or slice up grilled steak to accessorize with bacon, ham, and poblano peppers. Traditional and frozen margaritas drench adult palates, and a kids' menu entices tots with both Mexican and American classics. A kaleidoscope of colored tables scatters across the family-friendly dining room, which features vibrant artwork and rustic brick barrel vaults, and televisions above the bar entertain guests with sports games and newscasts acted out through interpretive dance.
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