Introducing a date to foreign cuisine can make you seem exotic, much like only communicating with them in the language you just invented. Be worldly with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $5 for $10 worth of South American cuisine for one
- $10 for $20 worth of South American cuisine for two
- $20 for $40 worth of South American cuisine for four
The menu includes mechada arepas filled with shredded beef, black beans, and spicy red sauce ($4.10); fish arepas made with braised tilapia, baked plantains, caramelized onions, and cilantro sauce ($4.45); and vegetarian arepas with black beans, coleslaw, caramelized onions, and Guasaca sauce ($3.90).
Heli Mendez owned and operated a grocery store in Venezuela before moving to the United States to work as an economist. Jose Alvarez spent 17 years working as a chef in Venezuela. Orlando Escobar spent the last decade managing fast casual restaurants. These three combined their culinary experiences to found Guasaca, a laid-back eatery that specializes in traditional Venezuelan dishes and flavors. Guasaca's menu is centered around arepas––handmade corn patties similar to pita pockets––that chefs grill and stuff with ingredients ranging from shredded beef to braised tilapia. Patrons may choose one of seven signature arepas or customize their own with fillings such as baked plantains, black-eyed peas, and creamy cilantro sauce. Cooks can also layer these fresh ingredients atop bowls of rice, on leafy salads, or directly inside diners’ mouths for perfectly balanced bites.
Enlarged photographs of Guasaca’s dishes hang from lime-green walls in a vibrant dining room. Smooth wood panels line a wall of banquettes and sleek metal chairs to complement the restaurant's modern aesthetic. Meals can be devoured inside the bright eatery or on an outdoor patio in warmer months.
What some people are buzzing about:
98% of 4,080 customers recommend
“Everything is good ”
“Look at the Menu ahead of time, as it may be a little different than what you're used too.”