Corn is one of the staples of Mexican cuisine, used to make both tortillas and Cornyo, a carbonated beverage made of carbonation and mashed corn kernels. Eat a culinary cornerstone with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Cuisine
The menu at Los Vaqueros' university location offers specialties such as rotisserie tequila chicken tacos ($11.95), brisket tacos ($11.95), tacos al carbon ($12.95)—grilled tenderloin in hot tortillas with chili con queso, guacamole, and pico de gallo—or chiles rellenos stuffed with monterey jack and cheddar ($11.95). Enchiladas begin at $7.95 and contain cheese, chicken, beef, or spinach, and burritos, served with spanish rice and refried beans, are $10.95. The university location also offers a traditional Tex-Mex breakfast on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Los Vaqueros Restaurant
At each Los Vaqueros Restaurant, Chef Cisneros imparts his third-generation culinary expertise to crafting Tex-Mex menus that feature local poultry, beef, fruits, and veggies. He ensures these ingredients are never chopped or prebagged before they reach his kitchens, preserving their flavor until he’s ready to turn them into chalupas, sizzling fajitas, and stuffed jalapeños that warm insides better than a shot of barrel-aged magma. Chef Cisneros's spread of fresh-made fare can also be enjoyed at catered events, and each eatery's private banquet room can accommodate football-watching parties, receptions, meetings, and hula-hoop marathons.
In a former warehouse in Fort Worth, a flight of yellow steps leads through the Stockyards location's leafy archway into a lively dining room filled with vintage cowbells and tin signs. The West location in Weatherford, on the other hand, sits within Crown Valley Golf Club, where patrons dine on enchiladas, tacos, and burritos as wild golf balls cheep from their perches on the windowsills. Los Vaqueros’ most recent location finds itself nestled in the TCU area, with an outdoor patio, yellow dining area, and all the same appetizing food as the other locations.