Mexican Food for Dinner at La Calaca Comelona (23% Off). Two Options Available.


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Menu includes grilled steak tortas, quesadillas with sliced pears, fried enchiladas, fish tacos, blackberry mole over chicken, and ceviche

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for happy hour specials. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in one visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $23 for $30 worth of dinner, valid weekdays
  • $23 for $30 worth of dinner, valid weekends
  • See the menu.

La Calaca Comelona

Skulls, mosaics, and swaths of hot pink, orange, green, and blue vie for visual attention at La Calaca Comelona, both inside and outside on the garden patio. Even this kaleidoscopic, folksy decorating scheme, however, can't distract from the vivid flavors and subtle artistry found on plates. The cuisine is Mexican, and the selection extends far beyond the simple taco-and-chip pairings that some diners expect at other eateries. Many dishes are designed to highlight a particular region of the country, each made to order with organic produce and natural meats from farms in Oregon and Mexico. It's no surprise that La Calaca Comelona has enjoyed glowing mentions in More Magazine, Portland Monthly, and the Portland Tribune, which highlighted the restaurant's Día de Muertos–inspired decorating scheme with the headline "Even Skeletons Fatten Up Here."

The head chef dresses grilled chicken and pears with blackberry mole sauce; cloaks pork in banana leaves, achiote sauce, and orange slices; and grills steak and bacon with mozzarella, mushrooms, and tomato. Red snapper ceviche flourishes in a mix of lime, jalapeños, and capers, while the levanta muertos, which means "raise the dead," layers beans and rice with chicken, tomato salsa, and grilled plantains. Thirsty visitors can sip on traditional smoothies known as licuados, guzzle cinnamon-tinted horchata, and try the tepache, a fermented pineapple water.

Customer Reviews

Excellent, authentic food!
John L. · March 22, 2017
The food was absolutely fantastic and our waitress was very helpful and attentive. We would definitely go back again.
JULIE · November 17, 2016
Fun place, strong margaritas
Kyle B. · October 3, 2016

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