Although salsa refers to both a spicy food and a dance, both incarnations can leave overwhelmed participants clutching their partners for balance. Spice up your palate with this Groupon.
Choose From Three Options
$15 for a Cinco de Mayo party package (a $30 value) on Saturday, May 5
- One VIP admission to the Fiesta Tent with live music
- One margarita or mojito
- Two tacos
- One order of chips, salsa, and queso
- One Cinco de Mayo t-shirt<p>
$25 for brunch for two (up to a $51.90 total value)
$49 for brunch for four (up to a $103.80 total value)
Brunch includes: * One mimosa for each person (a $5 value each) * One brunch entrée for each person (up to a $14 value each) * One dessert for each person (up to a $6.95 value each)<p>
Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, and the menu includes entrees such as blue-corn hotcakes with passion-fruit butter and syrup crafted from piloncillo sugar.<p>
No Mas! Cantina
Housed under the same roof, Adios Café and No Mas! Cantina draw from Mexican culinary traditions with inventive dishes rich with spices and flavors sourced from across the country. The feasting begins early with Adios Café’s breakfast menu that brims with omelets, burritos, and quesadillas infused with Southwestern standards, such as black beans, chorizo, and avocado. The same breakfast fare appears on the No Mas! weekend brunch menu, though No Mas! also hosts a light lunch menu on weekdays. Dinner options expand into richly seasoned skirt steaks, blackened salmon, and slow-roasted pork dishes that sport accents of tamarind, orange butter, or fried plantains. The knowledgeable staff at No Mas! guides guests through an expansive tequila catalogue of newborn blancos and blancos aged inside white oak vats or a novelty inflatable cactus.
In contrast to Adios Café’s colorful, tiny storefront, the expansive dining rooms of No Mas! Cantina span two floors, spreading both indoors and out, with each space inspired by old rural Mexico and festooned with art from more than 300 Mexican artists. Guests embark on gustative adventures amid traditional wooden furnishings and celestial, illuminated patio tables glowing with impressions of the sun and outlines of burrito-shaped constellations.