Before fishermen discovered the edibility of fish, they used each catch as bait for larger species, hoping in the end to hook the biggest fish of all—friendship. Cast your line with today’s Groupon to Pacifica Seafood and Bar. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get a Mexican seafood meal (up to a $31.50 total value), which includes:
- One appetizer (up to a $10 value)
- Two menu items (up to a $21.50 value)
- For $10, you get $20 worth of Mexican seafood.
Pacifica Seafood and Bar’s expert chefs prepare the ocean’s edible gifts in Mexican styles, filling hand-rolled tortillas with seafood morsels and grilling up fish entrees. Diners can unmoor appetites without breaking champagne bottles over their brows by scooping chipotle popcorn-fish bites in corn tortillas, festooning their hauls with chipotle sauce, black beans, and cheese. The fish-stuffed Guerrero shrimp—a triple-layered entree of savory meats—swishes capes of bacon and mole sauce to lure charging cuspids. Mint-tomato-ginger chutney ships off taste buds aboard schooners of red snapper, and the Pacifica tostada rolls out a crisp tortilla to cradle tangy shrimp ceviche nestled amid zesty supplements of jalapeño, coconut, and jicama.
As tongues reel in their nautical eats, diners settle on one of six mounted high-definition televisions to cheer on their favorite quarterback or commercial actor. Serene blue walls magnify Pacifica’s tropical ambiance, and an outdoor patio accommodates alfresco noshing.
Pacifica Seafood & Bar
Elegant white plates serve as the canvases for Pacifica Seafood & Bar’s decadent undersea feasts, holding artfully presented helpings of everything from tuna Shanghai to shrimp quesadillas. Diners enjoy fish tacos, 12-ounce skirt steaks, and roasted chicken amid expansive windows overlooking a picturesque mountainous view. Though it sounds swanky, the restaurant pulses with relaxed vibes, with colorful writing and drawings scribbled across the white walls and bartenders pouring drinks directly into patron's mouths. Bottles of Indio beer fuel game-watching sessions around one of six high-definition televisions, or cool off games of full-contact charades played on the outdoor patio.