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What You'll Get
Just like "aloha," "adios" means both hello and goodbye, as well as this is no time for folktales, waiter—where did you hide my wooden leg?. Today's deal lets you use the versatile little word in every context: for $10, you get $25 worth of breakfasts and more at ADios Café Chocolate and Espresso Bar, located inside No Mas! Hacienda & Cantina. ADios Café follows No Mas! Hacienda & Cantina's hours, which is open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
ADios Café—No Mas! Cantina's latest installment—wakes up tired morning routines with the invigorating flavors of its 8 a.m.–11 a.m. breakfast menu. A plate of fruit quesadilla (strawberries and cream cheese on a tortilla bed, $5) or a helping of the ADios chorizo potato cake with two eggs, salsa verde, black beans, and avocado slices ($8) pairs well with the warmly inviting atmosphere, whose Mexican furnishings and accents will remind you of that life-changing summer you spent conquistadoring across Central America in college. You can also chase a plate of blue-corn hotcakes with passion-fruit butter and piloncillo syrup ($7) with an equally passion-fruity mimosa ($5) or the Chocolate Azteca, a hot beverage composed of dark chocolate, cinnamon, and chili de arbol ($4.95).
After enjoying ADios's signature Mexican breakfasts and luscious drinks, sample a smattering of delicious chocolate truffles, freshly baked pastries, and piping Mayan Mocha (a double-shot of espresso mixed with milk, chocolate, and chili, $4.95) with one hand; you can enjoy free WiFi with the other without dribbling chocolate on your laptop. The chocolate and espresso bar is open all day, so you can begin your morning on a sweet and savory foot and then spend the rest of the day beginning it over and over again.
Creative Loafing sing the praises of ADios's libations:
- But the Mayan Mocha was a delightful detour from regular coffee with its mix of chile, chocolate, milk and espresso. The wide variety of hot chocolate drinks merit serious exploration. The standout is the Chocolate Azteca — a combination of dark chocolate, cinnamon and chile de arbol — a spicy concoction that will appeal to both kids and adults. Those seeking something to battle the summer heat should try the frozen shots of espresso blended with flavors like Dulce de Leche and Carmelo. – Jennifer Zyman
- The breakfast spread that they put our [sic] was great! The pancakes were great as were the twist on the eggs benedict. Not to be missed is their mexican [sic] hot chocolate. Absolutely delightful! – crumbandgetit, Urbanspoon
- I had the signature Adios breakfast, delicious. 2 eggs, chorizo potato cake, black beans and salsa verde, filling and like nothing I have ever had before. My husband loved the cafe de olla, coffee with a hint of cinnamon and chocolate. It is cool because there is something for everyone. – This is Crazy, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 13, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Not valid with other offers. Tax and gratuity not included. 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.