Like birds, humans fly south during winter in search of sweet tortilla seeds and freshly filled guacamole feeders. Fuel your flapping arms with today’s deal: for $10, you get $20 worth of Mexican fare and non-alcoholic drinks at Salsa Fiesta.
Salsa Fiesta's emphasis on fresh, eco-friendly ingredients translates into flavorful Mexican-inspired dishes slathered with a host of signature salsas. With an extensive menu of burrito ($6.50+) and taco ($2.75+) classics alongside fajita and enchilada specialties, Salsa Fiesta invigorates time-worn favorites with vibrant taste notes of hot tamale salsa, creamy chipotle, mango relish, and more. The grill’s original take on tostones melds fried plaintains with a savory blend of melted cheeses, black beans, and homemade guacamole, served with your choice of veggies, meat, or micro maracas ($6.99–$9.99). Salsa Fiesta's laid-back atmosphere invites casual noshers to alternately spice up their palates and then cleanse them with fountain drinks in a cyclical pattern akin to MC Escher spin art.
- My favorite dish was the Tostones Fiesta. I found it irresistible, the ideal of melted cheese on tostones. The tostones had a hint of sweetness with the sharp cheeses that make it a perfect contrast taste. This is reminiscent of a typical Caribbean dish combining sweet with savory. – Miami Culinary Tours
- Fresh, tasty and fast - hey that's exactly what I want for lunch. The salsa is sweet and tangy. You can just taste the super fresh mangos. Lime-cilantro rice? As they say in the digital world, OMG. Highly recomend [sic]. – Marc Ross, Urbanspoon
Salsa Fiesta Grill
Custom Mexican feasts bursting with fresh ingredients populate Salsa Fiesta Grill’s lengthy menu, which teams up with seven house-made salsas to swathe palates in authentic south-of-the-border flavors. After selecting a protein-packed filling such as spice-spiked carnitas and seasoned fish, diners can top their burritos or tacos with fixings that include hot-tamale salsa and roasted corn. Pico de gallo and guacamole flank sizzling chicken and roasted peppers in the fiesta-fajita specialty, and the tostones fiesta bowl wakes taste buds from siesta naps by tossing them into a thick pool filled with crispy tostones, beans, pico de gallo, and sour cream. Swollen with velvety chocolate, whipped cream, and swirls of dulce de leche, a crunchy mayan roll prophesies an imminent doomsday for dessert cravings.
2929 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, Florida 33137Get Directions