Authentic Tex-Mex fare served by passionate owners beneath adobe-colored walls and a full-service bar with jumbo margaritas
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- $8.25 for $16 worth of Tex-Mex fare
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About Fiesta Cozumel
A review of Fiesta Cozumel in Tulsa World recounts how Miguel Geronimo arrived in Tulsa with a tentative grasp of the language and a father known for serenading 51st Street with his miniature guitar. With his dad’s help, Miguel landed a job washing dishes at Senor Tequila, eventually rising through the ranks and teaming up with his wife, Pilar, to open Fiesta Cozumel on Sheridan Road. The pair remodeled the building—the former home of a nondescript fast-food restaurant—into a cozy oasis sporting a full-service bar, flickering TVs, and, according to Tulsa World’s Scott Cherry, “adobe-colored walls” with “sepia photos of old Mexico and colorfully painted platters.” Diners can crush south-of-the-border cravings with a slew of traditional Mexican dishes from sizzling fajitas to grilled tilapia that burst with more authentic Southwestern flavor than a deep-fried bolo tie.