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Reviewed December 11, 2011
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What You'll Get
Picasso's first works, originally painted with flavorful salsas and sour cream, were so controversial that angry censors covered them with freshly baked tortillas. Enjoy wrapped culinary art with today's Groupon to No Mas! Cantina, part of the No Mas! Hacienda & Cantina family of authentic Mexican businesses. Choose from the following options:
For $7, you get $14 worth of lunch fare.
For $15, you get $30 worth of dinner fare.
For $200, you get a 15-person catered fajita buffet for lunch or dinner (a $451.50 value). Delivery fee and setup are not included, but customers can pick up their meal at no cost.
At No Mas! Cantina, diners savor traditional Mexican fare amid artwork from more than 300 Mexican artisans, such as carved wooden masks and gleaming blown glass.. Chef Melody Voirin and her team of loyal cusinartists craft a dinner menu of old-school Mexican dishes with modern touches, such as the carnitas, pork slow-roasted in white wine and bedecked in frills of cilantro and ruffles of avocado in anticipation of its tabletop flamenco dance ($14.95). Tequilas ranging from traditional blancos to oak-aged reposados tickle taste buds; specialty margaritas come frozen or on the rocks in flavors including guava, mango, and passion fruit ($8/glass). The lunch menu offers speedy favorites such as flash-fried tilapia tacos ($8.95), as well as the option to pair up custom-sauced tacos, enchiladas, and tamales ($8.95 for any two) for debates on the best possible housing for refried beans. Savor your meal from the split-level interior balcony or the blue-canopied outdoor patio, and recall that life-changing summer you spent conquistadoring across Central America in college.
For a take-home fiesta, the catered buffet rolls out enough grilled chicken and steak fajitas for 15 ravenous munchers. Fajitas fold up dollops of lyrical flavors including salsa, guacamole, queso, and pico de gallo, all accompanied by chips and a baked-goods platter on bass and drums. Beverages and serving dishes also play backup to the flavorful ensemble.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Delivery and set-up fees not included in catering option. Not valid with samba night special or any daily specials. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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.