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What You'll Get
Cooking is an art form, and just as with a fine painting, the best way to express one’s appreciation for a culinary masterpiece is to hum loudly while chewing it. Indulge an artistic palate with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get a fajita dinner and drinks for two at La Quesadilla Mexican Grill in St. John, Indiana (up to a $43.96 total value). Today’s deal includes:
- Any two single orders of fajitas (up to a $33.98 value)
- Two margaritas (a $4.99 value each) or two glasses of homemade sangria (a $3.99 value each)<p>
La Quesadilla Mexican Grill throws sensory fiestas for taste buds with a menu of freshly prepared Mexican specialties. Today’s deal allows diners to share sizzling fajitas—made according to a heavily guarded family recipe—with a friend, significant other, or rival wizard. The fajitas Mexicanas warm frigid tummies with succulent strips of marinated chicken breast, skirt steak, and mexican sausage, whereas the fajitas de carnitas entice eaters with slow-roasted pork. All fajitas come with sautéed onions, bell peppers, tomato, lettuce, guacamole, sour cream, pico de gallo, and sides of corn or flour tortillas, refried beans, and mexican rice, allowing diners to piece together their own creations like classic Mexican literary figure Señor Frankenstein, DDS. To augment the edibles, a choice of strawberry, peach, or classic lime margaritas—served frozen or on the rocks—or homemade sangria helps refresh parched palates.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 9, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid on holidays or with daily specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About La Quesadilla Mexican Grill
Framed between two neon cacti, La Quesadilla Mexican Grill's sign leads the way into a nexus of Mexican staples crafted from family recipes. Cooks sizzle up succulent morsels of steak, chicken, and seafood, which they stuff inside a variety of tacos and burritos alongside the likes of pico de gallo and grilled veggies. In addition to these classic handheld offerings, they also prepare plenty of traditional knife-and-fork entrees from south of the border, including enchiladas verdes, chorizo-and-egg dinners, and whole chili poblano peppers dipped in egg whites and stuffed with white Mexican cheese. No matter what they fill lunch or dinner plates with, though, the kitchen staff are always happy to conclude any of their meals on a sweet—or dulce—note with desserts straight from the Mexican playbook, including flan, fried ice cream, and sapapilla—a deep-friend flour tortilla topped with honey, cinnamon, chocolate and strawberry syrups, and whipped cream.