A fajita’s page-like tortillas were put there to remind diners to read the instruction manual before assembling their dinner. Educate your palate with today's Groupon to El Toro Mexican Restaurant. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get a meal for two (up to a $21.97 total value) that includes the following:
- One chip dip (up to a $3.99 value)
- Two combination dinners (up to an $8.99 value each)
- For $20, you get a meal for four (up to a $43.94 total value) that includes the following:
- Two chip dips (up to a $3.99 value each)
- Four combination dinners (up to an $8.99 value each)
El Toro was started by the Fuentes family, which brings recipes from La Piedad in Michoacán, Mexico to the expansive menu. The combination dinners' plates host a variety of tasty teams that include tacos, burritos, enchiladas, and tortilla-wrapped mariachi melodies. Choose three items from the listed plates to create your own unique meal, or let one of the 25 expertly designed platters transport your tongue on tasty travels. Predesigned combinations include a tostada, a tamale, and a chili poblano; a beef enchilada, a quesadilla, and rice and beans; and a burrito, a chalupa, and an enchilada, among others.
Four dip choices provide lonely, dry chips with a flavorful menagerie of saucy mates to choose from. Dunk crispy tortilla chips in guacamole or bola chili dip, or submerge them in creamy cheese dip or in bean dip lightly sprinkled with reminders about manners. Though drinks are not included in this Groupon, waterfalls of whistle wetters abound. Soft drinks, rice water known as horchata, and iced tea accompany a list of grown-up beverages. Each margarita can be made in your choice of six fruit flavors and with almost 20 species of tequila.
El Toro Mexican Restaurant
Begun by the Fuentes family, who traces their culinary roots to La Piedad, Mexico, El Toro Mexican Restaurant serves up time-tested Mexican dishes that range from tamales and chiles poblanos to chimichangas stuffed with beef tips. Their peppery fajitas can be made either with beef or with selections from the seafood menu, such as a combo of shrimp, crab, and tilapia. Patrons wash down their spicy medleys with drinks that include Dos Equis beer and specialty margaritas such as the Margarona, which adds Corona and acapella renditions of "My Sharona" to the classic beverage. The eatery surrounds its appetite-satisfying food with a similarly bright atmosphere, allowing diners to tear into burritos and tostadas amid sunny-yellow walls and colorful murals.
3816 Paxton Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45209Get Directions