Texan witches often cursed their enemies with the Tex-Mex Hex—causing them to weep ranchero sauce, sprout burritos on their arms, and turn everything they touched into refried beans. Celebrate a more benevolent form of this delectable magic with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Mexican fare and drinks from Joselito's Mexican Food in Tujunga. This deal is not valid at other Joselito's locations, including their helicopter-suspended mobile location.
Joselito's features a wide variety of menu options that link together in an impenetrable red-rover wall with impossible-to-escape deliciousness. Kick off the feast with a platter of six mini chimichangas with guacamole and sour cream ($8.25) or a steaming bowl of creamy queso dip ($6.95). Get into the thick of things with the swimmingly good shrimp rancheros in a tomato sauce with bell pepper and onion and served with Spanish rice and refried beans ($14.95) or the chile Colorado, beef long-simmered in thick red chile ($11.50). For those with a taste for planted protein, there are a number of vegetarian options.
During your feast, dive for treasure lurking in the depths of Joselito's fearsome margaritas, including those made from organic agave ($10.95 for regular, $12.95 for large), the regular-sized almondine with a splash of amaretto ($10.95), or the large-sized honeylicious coconut blend ($11.50). The grown-up thirst quenchers accentuate the fresh eats like a diacritic. Each plate is made from the finest ingredients, as it has been since the restaurant first opened its gate and brick entryway that sometimes leads to other dimensions.
CityVoters declared Joselito's the No. 2 Best Mexican Restaurant in 2007, No. 1 in 2008, and No. 3 in 2009. Yahoo! Locals give it an average of 4.5 stars, Yelpers give it an average of four, and more than 50 Citysearchers give a perfect five-star average:
Joselito's Mexican Food Tujunga
Joselito's Mexican Food Tujunga has been dishing up south-of-the-border specialties and margaritas since 1977. Sizzling shrimp fajitas, lobster enchiladas, and barbecue quesadillas are just a few of the creative takes on traditional favorites. Midori or coconut margaritas put a similar spin on the standard iced cocktail.
7308 Foothill Blvd.
Tujunga, California 91042Get Directions