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What You'll Get
The tortilla's thinness makes it ideal for folding, sliding under closed doors, and illustrating theories that the Earth is flat and made of corn. Voyage to the edge of deliciousness with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of Mexican fare and drinks at La Fiesta in lower downtown.
La Fiesta excels in the medium of fiery, cheesy Mexican delights and brings a unique Colorado twist to each piquant masterpiece. Over the course of four decades in business, the restaurant's extensive menu has evolved to near perfection, much like a taco-filled U.S. Constitution, and includes taquitos ($6.75/six) and a full contingent of burritos and enchiladas. Perch on the patio and dive into specialties such as the accolade-garnering chili relleno plate, a spicy duo whose molten cheese, chili sauce, Spanish rice, and refried bean stylings immerse taste buds in exciting realms of zestiness ($7.45). Mexican hamburgers stun stuffy sandwich puritans with their avant garde tortilla digs ($5.75+), and La Fiesta's full bar slings margarita, wine, and beer salves for singed tongues. The eatery is open for lunch Monday through Friday and also offers dinner on Fridays.
The Fine Print
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About La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant
While the lively neighborhood of Curtis Park bustles around them, the diners on La Fiesta Mexican Restaurant's patio move leisurely, taking their time to savor the flavors of the eatery's authentic Mexican fare and sip hand-crafted margaritas beneath the sun.
The scene at this local-loved restaurant has been very much the same since founder Michael W. Herrera and his family first opened the restaurant's doors 50 years ago. Since then, the family and the kitchen crew have earned praise and admiration from numerous media publications—including Westword's award for Best Colorado-Style Mexican Restaurant—for their tangy green chili, plump chili rellenos, and hearty pork chili caribe.