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What You'll Get
Tapas, like books, cars, and husbands, are designed to be shared with those closest to you. Indulge in the best of Spanish-style sharing with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of tapas and more at Mambo Grill & Tapas, located in Salisbury.
Mambo Grill & Tapas seduces taste buds with a culinary salsa dance of flavorful Cuban and Spanish fare, luring in diners with its menu of aromatic cuisine that’s never spicy. Start the filling festivities swimmingly with an order of snow shrimp, six coconut shrimp lightly fried and served with raspberry chipotle sauce ($7). Convert your stomach into a sauna for Russian wild boar with Mambo’s steamy platters, such as puerco asado—slow-cooked Cuban-style pork served in Creole mojo ($9)—and masitas de puerco, lightly fried pork medallions prepared with a garlic-and-onion sauce ($9.50). Finger-food fanatics can indulge in an unfurled spread of seasonally shifting tapas, including manchego and membrillo, mild cheese topped with Spanish marmalade ($9), or tortilla Espanola, a quiche-like dish packed with onions and potatoes ($5). With its attentive staff and electric Latin atmosphere, Mambo Grill & Tapas makes for a peaceful evening sharing tapas with a significant other or an energetic postmatch celebration with the visiting Mongolian mustache-growing team.
Today's Groupon is not valid toward the purchase of alcohol.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2/person. Limit 1/table, 2 per table of 4+. Limit 2/visit. Reservation required. Dine-in only. Not valid for alcohol. Not valid toward specials.. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mambo Grill & Tapas
At Mambo Grill & Tapas, precise preparation is just as essential to the bar's mojitos as it is to the kitchen's slow-cooked pork. The staff rejects premade sour mix in favor of their own tangy formula, and squeezes the lime juice onsite instead of simply shopping for lemonade and dyeing it green. The resulting citrusy sips pair well with the venue's Cuban entrees. From plantains stuffed with picadillo—ground beef, veggies, and potatoes cooked in housemade tomato sauce—to hand-cut beef fillets and pan-seared salmon, these dishes display a mastery of the balance between spice and sauce.