What You'll Get
Like voluntary tasings and constructive criticism, some meals are best when delivered in small doses. Snack in stride with today’s Groupon to Mambo Restaurante Nuevo Latino. Choose between the following options:
- For $40, you get a prix fixe menu for two Sunday–Thursday (up to an $89 value).
- For $44, you get a prix fixe menu for two on a Friday or Saturday (up to an $89 value).<p>
The prix fixe menu includes: - Two salads (a $10 value each) - Four tapas (up to a $13 value each) - Two cocktails (a $8.50 value each)<p>
Mambo Restaurante Nuevo Latino fuses the fiery and aromatic cuisines of Central and South America into its delectable prix fixe menu. House salads initiate meals by bedecking fresh greens, tomatoes, and parmesan in balsamic-honey dressing. Tired of awaiting their princes, roasted-tomato-and-garlic sauce, mozzarella cheese, corn, and cilantro band together and descend into a towering pile of siesta nachos. As the chorizo tostado’s spicy sausage, red wine, and capers assemble beside a hunk of roasted garlic-oiled naan, a crisp flour tortilla encasing shredded chicken and Spanish-style seasonings debates a choice of pico de gallo, sour cream, and guacamole for dipping. For a liquid complement, a 2.5-ounce mojito cubano or caipirinha amalgamates fresh lime juice, mixers, and spirits into refreshing libations. Adorned in exposed brick wall and bold hues, the indoor dining area surrounds customers in an intimate ambience, and the 80-seat rooftop patio grants patrons a breath of fresh air, a gorgeous view of Parliament, and sticks for fending off hungry parade floats.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Valid only for the prix fixe menu. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mambo Restaurante Nuevo Latino
For the chefs at Mambo Restaurante Nuevo Latino, dinner preparation begins with a map. From there, they take inspiration from the fiery flavors and aromatic spices found in dishes from around Central and South America. These classic cuisines translate nicely into the restaurant’s small plates, such as rollos de pollos, tacos del norte, and chorizo tostado. The chefs also look to other continents for culinary inspiration, finding it in such dishes as the Spanish-style tapas and the curried rack of lamb.
Each plate is presented in the welcoming dining room, where exposed brick walls, warm colors, and the sounds of samba music help diners stay relaxed and convivial. The restaurant's bar also plays a part in the unwinding; when they're not making mojitos, caipirinhas, and other Latin American cocktails, mixologists curate a wine list of favorites from around the world.
In addition to taking their meals in the dining room, guests can also rent out the restaurant's private banquet area, which can accommodate large groups no matter the event. During the sunny season, guests can also escape to Mambo's rooftop, where sunsets add a fiery coda to each and every meal.