What You'll Get
The world is a big, exciting place, full of unique cuisines and different spellings of Eric. Discover something new with this Groupon.
- $24 for $40 worth of Mexican fusion cuisine
- Click here to see the menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 11, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 voucher per table, per visit. Must use promotional value in one visit. Not valid on happy hour pricing or specials. No cash value or cash back. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Milagro Grill
Having been in the restaurant business for almost 70 years, the Johnson family was accustomed to facing challenges. However, when a fire ravaged the Johnsons' home, they were suddenly confronted with a new trial. Everyone escaped safely, and this fortuitous bit of luck eventually inspired the name of the family's next venture: Milagro, which means miracle in Spanish.
At Milagro Grill, general managers Reed and Jaret Johnson collaborated to design a menu that used American, South American, and European flavors to influence traditional Mexican cuisine. The kitchen demonstrates its passion for fusion cuisine by creating dishes such as a traditional hamburger topped with a nontraditional combination of jalapeño-spiked bacon and Manchego cheese. And of course, there are the creative tacos, which include versions stuffed with everything from skirt steak, white onion, cascabel chili salsa, and avocado crema to grilled salmon, green apple, fennel, and orange-habanero aioli.
Milagro Grill's dining areas similarly reflect the restaurant's commitments to its rustic roots and its modern inclinations. Star-shaped lamps hang from the dark wooden rafters, setting the slate-gray and stonework walls aglow. The restaurant's eclectic artwork includes a three-paneled, vaguely surreal painting, as well as a piece resembling a tree trunk made of reclaimed scrap metal. A shaded patio area allows patrons to enjoy their meals without missing any important skywriting messages they're expecting.