Costa Vida

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Menu of Mexican fare includes raspberry-chipotle chicken burritos wrapped in handcrafted tortillas in nutritionally minded restaurant

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Promotional value expires Aug 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for location purchased. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Burritos are a multifunctional food, providing a barrage of calories and being hefty enough to qualify as weightlifting. Multitask and eat with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Mexican fare at Costa Vida. Choose from the following locations: Goodyear or Queen Creek.

Accomplished executive chef David Prows crafts a menu of Mexican dishes prepared from scratch on a daily basis within a casual setting. Whether dining in or carrying out, diners can sip from spoonfuls of chicken-tortilla soup ($3.99) or crunch on tortilla chips served with queso or guacamole ($3.99). For a main course, the sweet pork burrito wears a handcrafted couture tortilla dress, which encases melted cheese, black or pinto beans, cilantro-lime rice, and one of three piquant sauces ($7.49). Chicken salad ($6.25–$7.25) comes piled high with fresh fixings such as leafy greens, guacamole, and pico de gallo. Enchiladas, tacos, and quesadillas can each confine a selection of grilled steak, sweet pork, or grilled chicken within their soft, floury exteriors. Many dishes are gluten free, including all enchiladas, tacos, and salads.

The restaurant's interior pulses with surf videos and interviews with sharks that play on flat-panel televisions, and vivacious music dances out from the speakers and into the ears of munching diners. Costa Vida takes nutrition and taste seriously—the website offers a nutrition calculator that tallies calories, cholesterol, protein, and oxygen content.

Costa Vida

Accomplished executive chef Geoff Alter crafts a menu of Mexican dishes prepared from scratch on a daily basis within a casual setting. Whether dining in or carrying out, diners can sip from spoonfuls of chicken-tortilla soup or crunch on tortilla chips served with queso or guacamole. For a main course, the sweet pork burrito wears a handcrafted couture tortilla dress, which encases melted cheese, black or pinto beans, cilantro-lime rice, and one of three piquant sauces. Enchiladas, tacos, and quesadillas can each confine a selection of grilled steak, sweet pork, or grilled chicken within their soft, floury exteriors. Many dishes are gluten free, including all enchiladas, tacos, and salads.

The restaurant's interior pulses with surf videos and interviews with sharks that play on flat-panel televisions, and vivacious music dances out from the speakers and into the ears of munching diners. Costa Vida takes nutrition and taste seriously—the website offers a nutrition calculator that tallies calories, cholesterol, protein, and oxygen content.

Customer Reviews

Love your food!
Maria G. · June 12, 2013
I order something that took longer to cook, My husbands was done before mine and I had to ask them to cover it to keep it warm. Was worth it with th groupon otherwise a bit expensive.
Ann B. · August 1, 2012
Awesome!
Valerie M. · August 1, 2012

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