It's easy to transport yourself south of the border--just visit a Mexican restaurant or hit the "Mexico" button hidden inside every car's glove box. Escape with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Mexican cuisine for lunch
- $15 for $30 worth of Mexican cuisine for dinner
The menu includes enchiladas verdes ($7.99), shrimp fajita quesadillas ($9.99), or vegetarian fajitas ($7.99) for lunch or dinner.
El Potro Mexican Restaurant
Over the last century, many traditional Mexican dishes have found a comfortable home in American kitchens, from nachos covered in savory toppings to enchiladas and many variations of tacos. Luckily, when visiting El Porto Mexican Restaurant, guests don’t have to choose one of their favorite Mexican dishes over another. Instead they mix and match the shop’s combination dinners. Chefs pair tacos filled with carne asada, marinated pork loin, or fish with enchiladas, chalupas, and chili rellenos.
Chefs even create pairings specially designed for vegetarians, subbing in mushrooms, bell peppers, and spinach for the traditional meats of their dishes. The one thing that doesn’t come with these pairings is desserts, and options range from caramel-kissed flan to deep-fried tortillas filled with bananas, honey, strawberries, and whipped cream like the blimp in a great dream.
97% of 70 customers recommend
“They were very nice”
“The food is good and there is a wide variety of choices on the menu, including some dishes I had not even heard of. The waiter was courteous and responsive. My...”
“The food is good and there is a wide variety of choices on the menu, including some dishes I had not even heard of. The waiter was courteous and responsive. My friend had lunch fajitas which were very good. The portions are substantial and the prices very reasonable. It has the same quality as La Nopalera, another good Mexican restaurant, with a few more choices on the menu. ”
“Burrito graunda was delicious and huge! Fajitas were great also. Fried ice cream wasn't as good as i've had from other places but edible.”