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- $18 for $30 worth of Northern Mexican cuisine for a party of two
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Rotisserie chicken's easy enough to find in any town, but rotisserie goat is a rare sight indeed—unless you're in Nuevo Leon. In that state and surrounding parts of Northern Mexico, cooks carry on traditions started by 17th-century shepherds, who could simply roast a goat over an open flame in the field and produce enough tender, flavorful meat to last for days. At Los Cabriteros, glowing charcoal fires burn constantly below whole young goats turning on spits, waiting to be carved and served on massive family platters.
Meat's what the kitchen does best, and the rest of the menu is loaded with hefty Angus steaks seared to order. Guests can also order more widely seen Mexican specialties such as guacamole, chicken tacos, and margarita-filled piñatas.
Traditional live music adds to the feast-like atmosphere on Friday and Saturday nights. Indeed, "few places offer that feeling of hospitality and mexicanidad like Los Cabriteros," according to the San Antonio Express-News, which also advised diners to "get ready for a cup of happiness with the deeply seasoned frijoles a la charra," beans cooked with pork.