While tortillas are too obvious a hiding spot for fugitive beans, few diners realize that the tomatoes in their tacos are really runaways from italian pizzas. Uncover flavorful identities with today's Groupon to El Porton Mexican Restaurant, valid at locations in Germantown, Cordova, Collierville, and Memphis. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get $24 worth of Mexican dinner fare.
- For $7, you get $15 worth of Mexican lunch fare.
El Porton's salsa slingers lasso Mexican seafood, burritos, USDA steaks, and enchiladas, introducing them north of the border with fresh ingredients and fast service. Peruse the menu for an appetizer to share such as the shrimp ceviche, cured in lime juice and shaded beneath avocado slices, all nestled atop a leaf of lettuce fresh from the lettuce tree ($7). Servers whisk flautas to the table in time for dinnertime renditions of "Aqualung"—the tubes of shredded beef or chicken tortillas are rolled in corn tortillas, deep-fried, and dished up with guacamole salad, tomatoes, and sour cream ($8.95). Beef, shrimp, or chicken fajitas arrive sizzling on a skillet with colorful bell peppers and tomatoes ($11.99–$13.99). USDA steaks are aged a minimum of 21 days, symbolizing the age at which Americans are permitted to look at beef ($12.95at which, while a menu of vegetarian options courts lighter tastes.
El Porton Mexican Restaurant
El Porton Mexican Restaurant has sated cravings for fresh, healthy ingredients for more than two decades, serving up authentic Mexican lunches and dinners that complement the bar’s array of 85 tequilas. Amid golden walls that evoke a warm afternoon in a tropical cantina, guests kick-start stomachs by watching chefs craft lime-infused guacamole tableside. From the kitchen, beef and shrimp fajitas sizzle, wafting aromas of onion and bell pepper that transform into cartoon hands to lure in noses. Warm days open El Porton's patio, where sunshine heightens the flavors of make-your-own combo platters spread with chile rellenos, tostadas, and burritos, as well as USDA steaks aged a minimum of 21 days. Tequila shots arrive in flights or individually, and customizable margaritas in flavors such as mango and classic lime pour forth from salt-rimmed glasses to accentuate entrees and fuel conversations about Mexico's hidden agave rivers.