Festive eatery filled with bright colors and live music serves a range of tacos, pastas, Mexican food, burritos, and more
What You'll Get
- Type of cuisine: Mexican
- Valid toward lunch options from Monday to Thursday
- View the menu and prices
- Must-try dish: Burrito Al Pastor features a flour tortilla filled with marinated chicken, pineapple, lettuce, cabbage, and red onion.
- Atmosphere: The lively vibe of this restaurant is perfect for lunches with friends and family
The Fine Print
About Señor Frog's
Beachwear is encouraged at Señor Frog’s, but the only swimmers in sight are floating above the bar. Their bikini-clad bottoms poke through the centers of inner tubes, making visitors wonder if the restaurant has taken a dip in the ocean. Luckily, this scene is meant to elicit giggles, just like the brightly colored signs that plaster the tables, walls, and ceiling. These banners call out to diners, enticing them to let loose, order a margarita, and see how crazy a night at Treasure Island can get. On many nights, bands and DJs provide a live soundtrack for the revelry as shot girls circulate with tequila as heady as a Hydra-turned-sommelier.
To fuel the evening’s adventures, Señor Frog’s offers a hearty lineup of Mexican and American eats. Though it’s loaded with flank steak, the signature Mexican platter showcases bite-size eats such as cheese-stuffed jalapeños, mini enchiladas, and mini chicken chimichangas. Burgers and barbecue fill the American side of the menu with a picnic vibe that pairs well with a homestyle dessert such as apple cobbler à la mode.