Choose from Four Options
$25 for a dinner for two, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to a $50.35 total value)
$25 for dinner for two, valid any day (up to a $50.35 total value)
- Two drinks (up to a $7 value each)
- One appetizer (up to a $9.45 value)
- Two entrees (up to a $13.45 value each)<p>
$49 for dinner for four, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to a $100.70 total value)
$49 for dinner for four, valid any day (up to a $100.70 total value)
- Four drinks (up to a $7 value each)
- Two appetizers (up to a $9.45 value each)
- Four entrees (up to a $13.45 value each)<p>
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The son of an Irish father and a Mexican mother, Jose O'Brien got his first taste of fusion cuisine as a child in New Mexico. While his grandmothers colluded on Mexican-Irish holiday meals, Jose acted as translator, taste-tester, and pint-sized UN Secretary General. The cuisine born in that kitchen lives on today in a restaurant named after Jose and located far from its regions of origin.
As one might expect, the menu features both traditional cuisine such as the casa burrito with shredded chicken, pico de gallo, and guacamole; and slightly more unusual combinations such as the Irlandes burrito, with ground beef, Irish bacon, bangers, mash, and cheddar cheese. It's also punctuated by a huge burger section, brimming with items like the Tijuana Philly, drowning in mushrooms, jalapeños, cheese, and barbecue sauce; or Jose's burger, a house favorite that comes with bacon, avocado, green chili, and the coup de grace, a fried egg. Those with a taste for unaltered Emerald Isle cuisine can get their fill as well: Jose O'Briens makes a mean shepherd's pie and a quite personable bangers and mash.