- $10 for $25 worth of Mexican cuisine and drinks
- See the menu.
Rio Bravo Tacos & Tequila
With a staggering list of more than 40 tequilas and 10 different tacos, Rio Bravo Tacos & Tequila's name is more than just cute alliteration. Starting with the classic street food, chefs take traditional flour or corn tortillas and weave in gourmet flourishes with a dash of international flair. In the Milanesa chicken tacos, hand-battered fried chicken anchors bright pops of flavor introduced by fresh pico de gallo and the earthy bass notes of roasted poblano crema. The Gringo beef tacos, on the other hand—with their classic blend of ground beef, lettuce, tomato, and sour cream—prove that gourmet food isn't always about the bells and whistles. And that's just their tacos—the chefs also create enchiladas, fajitas, quesadillas, and burritos.
Then there's the tequila. Because the menu can be a little overwhelming, the good folks at Rio Bravo simplified it with an ingenious taster's profile. Are you a vodka drinker or a fan of whiskey? Try a blanco or a teposado, respectively. Do your tastes run a little more on the discriminating side—say, Scotch or cognac? You might want to sample the more oaky añejo options, each aged for at least one year in wood barrels wearing silk smoking jackets. Connoisseurs and newbies alike can taste their way through the menu or concoct a new cocktail with the build-your-own margarita option.