After scientists revealed 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 disc with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of hot and saucy Tex-Mex cuisine at Tijuana Flats in Fishers.
With suggestively named hot sauces, brightly colored wall art, and a peculiar enthusiasm for crushed ice, Tijuana Flats aims to provide customers with a fresh and memorable meal that doesn't take itself too seriously. Begin or heavily garnish a meal with chips and a range of handmade salsas, guacamoles, and quesos ($2.29–$3.99), or dive right in to a made-to-order meal customized to your particular proclivities. Most entrees can be prepared with hormone-free pork, beef, chicken, steak, or fresh refried or black free-range beans that have never known an aluminum prison. Crunchy chimichangas ($4.99–$8.59) and crispy quesadillas ($4.89–$6.69) satisfy an unrelenting urge to chomp something beautiful. Standard burritos ($4.69–$8.59) are hand-rolled and stuffed to your specifications, and big bombin' burrito specials ($6.99), such as the blackened-chicken caesar burrito, offer more adventurous options. Finish your meal off with fresh churros ($2.49) or a cookie-dough flauta ($2.89) straight out of your candy-coated dreams.
Tijuana Flats says no to high-fat cooking oil and yes to low-fat and whole-wheat options at no extra cost—with these choices, several menu items weigh in at less than 500 calories. Chase your feisty fare with a freshly brewed iced tea or beer to make the evening potable. This eatery gets quite busy on Friday and Saturday nights, so plan your Tex-Mex fiesta accordingly.
This Groupon is valid for dine-in only.
Though reviews are limited, Tijuana Flats in Fishers gets a 3.5-star average rating from five satisfied Yelpers.
- My husband and I tried Tijuana Flats this evening for dinner. We were very pleased with the quality of the food and the service. – Rebecca B.
- I used to work in this area and loved going here for lunch. The staff was always working hard. Even when it wasn't busy they would be cleaning up and always attentive on the refills. – Matt K.
In 1995, Tijuana Flats founder Brian Wheeler opened his first restaurant in Winter Park, Florida, and started supplying patrons with zestyTex-Mex burritos, chimichangas, and nachos flavored with his own line of impressively spicy hot sauce. The restaurant’s laid-back, fun-loving atmosphere caught on with customers, and it eventually expanded to more than 100 locations across six different states.
At each location, colorful comic-book style wall art surrounds guests, forming a festive backdrop for feasts of mahi-mahi fish tacos, crispy chicken tostadas, and vegetarian burritos made with lard-free beans. Tijuana Flats prides itself on its commitment to freshness, with chefs whipping up each meal to order without the aid of freezers, microwaves, or replicators.
7834 E 96th St.
Fishers, Indiana 46038Get Directions