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What You'll Get
The conquistadors visited Mexico looking for gold, spices, and a food to pair with their frozen margaritas. Share in their discovery with this Groupon.
$25 for Two Mexican Entrees (Up to a $15 Value Each) and a Pitcher of Margaritas de Casa (Up to a $52 Value)
Diablitos Cantina's menu includes sizzling grilled-chicken fajitas ($12+), pineapple-braised pork-taco platters ($9), and tortas, Mexican sandwiches stuffed with shredded steak and loaded with guacamole, refried beans, and mexican giardiniera ($10).
Diners can wash everything down with sips of Diablitos' house margaritas, which blend tequila, lime juice, and triple sec.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Diablitos Cantina
Diablitos Cantina's Chef de Cuisine didn't invent the dishes he serves from scratch. Rather, he traveled to Cabo San Lucas to learn authentic Mexican cuisine, from time-honored cooking techniques to specific dishes to the tradition of using locally sourced ingredients. He brought the things he learned back to the United States, where they are the driving force in the Diablitos Cantina kitchen.
The restaurant's menu reflects authentic Mexican cuisine, ranging from pineapple-braised barbecue pork tacos and burritos to steak or veggie-filled tortas. To top it off, every ingredient is sourced from Foundations Farms in Belleville, Illinois or from Mexico. This practice replicates that fresh-from-the-farm flavor found in the street eateries of Mexico.
Amid the lively dining room atmosphere, diners can pair their food with selections from one of the most extensive tequila menus in St. Louis, with many choice varieties directly imported from Mexico. The bartender, who herself traveled to Oaxaca to better understand mescal and tequila, hosts a weekly tasting club called Tequila 101 to share the knowledge she gained.