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What You'll Get
The right blend of Mexican spices turns meals into fiestas and lures droves of grazing piñatas within the reach of a sturdy broomstick. Enjoy south-of-the-border zest with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Mexican dinner fare at El Tapatio in Wooster.
The chefs at El Tapatio fashion a menu teeming with fresh, authentic south-of-the-border specialties. Warm up stomach engines with a spicy starter such as six golden fried jalapeño peppers overflowing with melted cheddar cheese ($4.50) or four home-grown pork tamales plucked straight from the stalk and served in their natural husk ($6.50). Sizzling sounds resonate from a lineup of fajita dishes such as the fajitas de la casa, which merges tender slices of steak, succulent shrimp, and juicy chicken in a mélange of peppers, onions, and tomatoes ($12.99).
Popeye’s pollo pays homage to the famous sailor and Mexico’s first cartoon president with a protein-packed pallet of grilled chicken breast and spinach smothered in melted cheese ($10.25), and the seafood chipotle plate treats tongues to the tastes of a traditional underwater luau by piling plates with grilled shrimp and scallops marinated in a pineapple-chipotle sauce ($12.99). Once dinner is done, sweet seekers in search of more specialties can indulge in a bevy of traditional desserts, such as homemade Mexican flan ($2.95) or a slice of creamy cheesecake wrapped in a crunchy fried tortilla ($3.75).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 16, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Not valid toward the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Valid only for dinner. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About El Tapatio
El Tapatio's chefs invest in their kitchen's culinary culture, prepping authentic Mexican platters that range from chimichangas to the impressive super burrito. Though they specialize in a repertoire of steak, chicken, and seafood dishes, they extend the culinary invitation to veggies with meat-free meals. The cantina side of the restaurant mixes citrusy libations—including margaritas, daiquiris, and piña coladas—that counterbalance the spicy salsas and the wounded pride of losing a salsa-guzzling competition.