What You'll Get
Though coveting thy neighbor's wife or underground sprinkler system is beyond the pale, longing for a mouthful of his cuisine is an understandable desire. Satisfy desires to eat from the table of our nation's neighbor with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Tex-Mex fare and non-alcoholic drinks at Talita’s Mexican Kitchen in Grove City.
Authentic Tex-Mex burritos and enchiladas have been sizzling at Talita’s Mexican Kitchen for more than four decades, producing a menu teeming with the combined culinary panache of northern Mexico and southernmost Texas. Seated at tables beneath displays of military and Buckeye memorabilia, customers can feast on dishes made using recipes passed down through the generations. The classic Brownsville-style burrito bulges with beef and beans and an optional slathering of Talita’s special enchilada sauce and melted cheese ($7.99). One beef and one chicken enchilada do a simmering salsa dance for spectating beans and rice in the Fiesta dinner ($8.45), and specially seasoned chicken drowsily reclines atop a cheese-covered bed of spanish rice in Talita’s arroz con pollo ($7.99). To craft even more international flair, chefs toss deep-fried flour tortillas up to the rafters, where perched mexican-pizza professionals apply refried beans, zesty beef, enchilada sauce, cheese, and veggies to the spinning disk before gravity carries it back down to a waiting plate ($5.49).
Many dishes from Talita’s Mexican Kitchen are still prepared the way Talita’s mother and grandmother made them: with a light touch and a heat-deflecting welder’s mask.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid for the purchase of alcoholic drinks. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Talitas Mexican Kitchen
Since opening in 1968, Talitas Mexican Kitchen has used the recipes passed down from the grandmother of cofounder Talita Arroyo Prince to make distinctive Tex-Mex dishes. Patrons stop in for items ranging from mexican chimichangas to arroz con pollo, as well as fusions such as tex-mex chili-topped spaghetti. Though the founders—Talita and her husband Tony Neno Prince—have passed away, their children, grandchildren, and holographic avatars keep the restaurant's 40+ year family tradition going.