After scientists revealed that UFOs were actually full-grown tortillas, people everywhere filled swimming pools with guac and beans to catch and dissect the floury creatures. Nab a tender baby disk with today's Groupon to Taco n Tequila in Niagara Falls. Choose between the following options:
• For $12, you get $25 worth of Mexican fare and drinks at dinner.
• For $7, you get $15 worth of Mexican fare and drinks at lunch.
Taco n Tequila's chefs craft a colourful menu of authentically inspired Mexican fare within the walls of their cantina-style family restaurant. Tongues train for chili resistance on appetizers such as tostadas bearing beans, chicken or beef, fresh Mexican salsa, mixed cheeses, and borracho sauce on deep-fried flat corn tortillas ($5.95). Burrito Flojo safely conveys its beef or chicken cargo to mouths in a 12-inch flour tortilla caravan ($14.25), and a chimichanga traps delinquent meats in a flaky, deep-fried tortilla paddy wagon ($14.99). Taste buds applaud the on-plate parading of a 6-ounce lean beef Mexi-Burger ($10.95), which dons its pico de gallo salsa and melted mixed cheese to coordinate with the restaurant's crimson and gold accents. Meals can be paired with a plethora of drinks, including the restaurant's signature 45-ounce margarita ($18.95), which comes blended frozen or on the rocks and in flavours such as traditional lime, strawberry, peach, raspberry, or watermelon. Patrons take their seat under the traditional Mexican bar's neon lights and signs or on saddle-cushioned stools under painted murals depicting pensive maidens and boisterous tax accountants.
Taco N Tequila
Neon lights glow above the bar at Taco N Tequila, shining down on the bottles that bartenders tip as they concoct frosty margaritas infused with mango, traditional lime, and other flavours. Patrons can order those margaritas in sizes as large as 45 ounces and drink them while seated at the bar or atop one of the horses that occasionally wanders through the restaurant. Cooks prepare plates of sizzling fajitas, tostadas, and chimichangas, as well as Mexican-American specialties. The sounds of classic and contemporary Latin music pulse through the air during everyday business hours or themed parties, encouraging diners to digest to a synchronized beat.
5355 Ferry St.
Niagara Falls, Ontario L2G 1R8