Tex-Mex's successful blend of culinary traditions has been difficult to replicate, as evidenced by the far less popular New Englanada cuisine, which mostly consists of crab cakes and three-cornered hats. Celebrate a thriving culinary marriage with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of Mexican fare at Ole's Tex-Mex Restaurant in Coppell.
At Ole's Tex-Mex Restaurant, taste buds tango with authentic Mexican provender made from family recipes, recognized by D Magazine as some of the best fare in Coppell. The beef or chicken fajita-melt appetizer ($8.95) pumps up palates for the big game with a rousing speech on the value of meat, monterey jack, onions, poblano peppers, and mushrooms. Authentic cheese chili relleno comes smothered in ranchero sauce and entouraged by rice, charro-bean soup, and avocado relish ($9.95). Diners can choose from an arsenal of pechugas ($10.95), including a low-calorie version made with grilled chicken and served with steamed vegetables and low-carb tortillas wearing tiny sweatbands.
Ole’s Tex-Mex Restaurant
The culinary craftsmen at Ole’s Tex-Mex Restaurant forge flavorful south-of-the-border fare from traditional family recipes. For brunch, the eatery slings egg quesadillas and huevos rancheros, a hearty amalgam of eggs and corn tortillas anointed with ranchero sauce. Chefs conjure specialty dinner dishes such as chilies rellenos, carne guisada, and shrimp burritos. The casual restaurant hosts happy hour daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., creating loyal customers infused with more joviality than a smiley-face convention.