Before gaining popularity in Mexican dishes, the tortilla was used as a floppy brim for Kentucky Derby hats and an effective rain bonnet for protecting hairdos against freak guacamole showers. Feast on fashionable accessories with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Tex-Mex fare at Senoritas.
Senoritas’ Tex-Mex titans craft a menu of American and Mexican favorites, including burgers, tacos, and fajitas, in a spacious, festive eating emporium. The southwestern burger ($8.99) flaunts palatable piles of avocado, pico de gallo, and pepper jack cheese atop a beef patty grilled to jibe with each patron's preference and magic 8 ball forecast. Fried tilapia shimmies between warm corn-tortilla folds to forge the fish tacos ($9.99), which buddy up with house-made jalapeño ranch sauce that’s equal parts zippy and creamy. The culinary crew fills Senorita's stuffed avocado ($9.95) with spicy chicken and mixed cheese, and chefs thoroughly milk three different cows to acquire the ingredients needed to bake the tres leches cake ($4.95). Inside Senoritas’ spacious restaurant, high ceilings hover over painted wall murals and archways supported by ornate white columns and physically exhausted bodybuilders. Live music drifts through the eatery, where billiards tables and arcade games entertain patrons who aren’t busy lapping up sunshine on the outdoor deck.
The cooks at Senoritas combine flavors from every possible side of the border, creating snackable bites as well as hearty entrees with such piquant touches as a homemade jalapeño ranch. Juggling eats and drinks until as late as 2 a.m., servers and bartenders keep the festivities going while pool tables, live music, and double-dutch tournaments occupy diners until closing time. Mission-style arches keep the lofty ceilings from falling into the sky, and an outdoor patio allows guests to enjoy their meal without missing a single supernova.