Chili peppers are obliging fruits, helping to relieve nerve pain, adding colorful decoration to kitchens, and offering an alternative method of waking up loved ones when the rooster's out of town. Escort peppery edibles on a journey to your mouth with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of southwestern fare at Firewater Grille.
Firewater Grille's fine-tuned menu introduces chompers to a smorgasbord of traditional southwestern flavors molded into new, inventive shapes. Out on the patio or inside Firewater's friendly cocoon, diners can commence consumption with fried pickles ($5), a trio of grilled mini beef sliders ($8.50), or chilis wilde, a pepper stuffed with goat cheese and bacon-wrapped shrimp ($12). The firecracker shrimp sandwich—an explosion of Cajun-spiced shrimp with caper herb slaw, tomatoes, and rémoulade on a toasted poor boy bun—is a hungry person's hero, burying its warmth in bellies so that it doesn't deplete the ozone ($10). Ravenous maws can wrap around an entree featuring herb mahi-mahi ($18) or peppercorn rib eye served with crushed potatoes and grilled asparagus and doused in a chili-compound butter ($25). Desserts punctuate meal with taste-bud ticklers such as bananas foster cheese cake ($7) and paella rice pudding ($6).
Seventy-seven percent of Urbanspooners like Firewater Grille:
- For a brand new restaurant, especially one that is not a chain with systems in place, they are doing an amazing job, and the food is spectacular. – Shannon, Urbanspoon
- OMG, everything about this appetizer is fabulous. The shrimp were cooked to perfection and who doesn't like shrimp wrapped in bacon?!!! – Chiles Wilde, Urbanspoon