The tortilla's thinness makes it ideal for folding, sliding under closed doors, and illustrating theories that the earth is made of corn. Exhibit A, with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Mexican Food
Sip on spirits brought from home while munching on a variety of authentic Mexican specialties, such as saucy enchiladas de mole, three rolled tortillas filled with chicken and covered in a thick, savory chocolate mole ($10), or a sizzling plate of shrimp fajitas served with guacamole and flour tortillas. Giant burritos are stuffed with steak ($7), chicken ($7), or a combination of steak, chorizo, and rice and beans ($8). See the full menu here.
At Mexico Lindo, heaping plates of sizzling meats and authentic Mexican dishes—the recipes for which were gleaned during owner Jose Perez’s time spent training in Mexico—emerge from the kitchen and head toward red-checkered tables. Tantalizing aromas of fresh corn tortillas mingling with the salty fragrance of chorizo and marinated pork fill the air, and glasses overflow with beer and wine brought from each diner’s home or vestigial wine spigot. China poblana, Mexico Lindo’s speciality, submerges two enchiladas under traditional mole, and packs an additional two with marinated pork and Oaxaca cheese.