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What You'll Get
Although salsa is best known for its ability to lubricate tortilla chips, it can also be used as an all-in-one repair kit to fix flat quesadillas and fill empty chili. Apply all-purpose deliciousness to an appetite with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of southwestern fare and beverages at Rattlesnake Ranch Cafe in Denville.
The Rattlesnake Ranch Cafe's lengthy menu rouses appetites with classic southwestern dishes and specialty ingredients such as alligator, buffalo, and crawfish. Indulge an adventurous palate with a starter of country-fried alligator ($8.99), or sample the classic chili con queso studded with tomatoes, onions and cilantro ($5.99). Rattlesnake Ranch's hearty half-pound burgers combine soft buns with a variety of specialty patties, such as buffalo ($8.99), beef ($8.49) and ostrich ($9.49).
Other delectable species can be found and savored within the southwestern sizzlin’ shrimp fajitas ($16.99) and the chicken tacos ala carbon ($15.99). Flavored margaritas complete any meal with handcrafted flair, forged from a choice of eight fruit flavors and seven tequilas (prices vary; ask your server). Rattlesnake Ranch Cafe spicies up its ambience with live music most weeks Wednesday–Saturday. Check the online calendar for upcoming events.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rattlesnake Ranch Cafe
Rattlesnake Ranch Cafe first alerts the senses with the sight of sunset-pink walls. Around the room, a Southwestern-themed mural and bison head express the restaurant’s touch of the eclectic. Traditional Latin meals and wild game highlight the plates. Chef Miguel Garrido has exemplified this unique flavor since 1997 with cooking techniques that he brought with him from Guatemala. His blackened catfish and chicken habanero evoke recipes from the Gulf with Cajun spices and spicy peppers, and the country-fried alligator serves up a tamer version of the snapping specimen, with battered strips of alligator tenderloin and country gravy.