What You'll Get
Daniel Webster sold his soul to the devil when the bank turned him down for a loan to open his dream restaurant, a courthouse-themed taco franchise. Today’s Groupon offers fresh, Mexican-inspired fare without the distracting glare of Webster’s proposed Thurgood Marshall statues: for $15, you get $35 worth of inventive burritos, fajitas, and more at Diablita Cantina on the corner of Bank Street and Central Avenue.
Recently featured in the Baltimore Sun, Diablita boasts a tantalizing menu chock-full of contemporary Mexican cuisine, with dashes of Caribbean flavor and Texas 'tude tossed in for good measure. Exotic starters, such as crispy, chipotle-encrusted calamari ($9) or pulled-pork empanadas ($9), set the stage for meals made of fresh, novel ingredients. Diablita serves burritos with rice and beans, pico de gallo, and cilantro sour cream; burritos come in mushroom ($11), chicken ($10), and shrimp ($14.50) varieties, each flavor hailing from an alternate reality in the tortilla time continuum. Fajitas such as the tequila-lime chicken ($16) and the adobe-marinated pork ($15.50) flank their protein-rich centerpieces with masterfully sautéed onions. House-made churros ($6.50) conclude the comestible parade with sugar-ignited fireworks.
Diablita Cantina delivers a rare synthesis of Mexican fusion with just the right amount of alcoholic complement. Margaritas ($8.50–$9.50), tequila ($4–$40), and cervezas ($4–$10) loosen tongues enough to take in multiple burritos and complete customary pre-meal tongue twisters. Treat yourself or your best friend's haberdasher to an elegant twist on Mexican night with today’s Groupon to Diablita Cantina.
This Groupon is valid for dine-in only.
The Baltimore Sun, Citypaper, and Style magazine have featured Diablita Cantina. Though some Yelpers have mixed opinions on the service, most agree that the food is tasty and the drinks are satisfying, earning Diablita Cantina a three-star average rating.
- Diablita, a painted she-devil all curves and shadows, beckons from the south wall of the old Tack Factory building. She draws you inside her namesake, Diablita…plies you with liquor and smiles from a friendly staff before you stumble back out onto the darkness of Central Avenue with your wallet lighter and your belly full of fried foods. – Mary K. Zajac, Citypaper
- Yes, they have tacos, burritos and quesadillas at Diablita, but we’re talking chile-peanut molé chicken tacos, short rib burritos and braised bison quesadillas— not your usual beef, bean and cheese triad. – Style Magazine
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 2, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Tax & gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.