In the United States, thirteen merely signifies a baker's dozen, while el número trece loosely translates to mean savory eats, top-notch service, and, inexplicably, rocket skates. Experience the flair of Mexican fare with today's deal: for $20, you get $40 worth of contemporary Mexican cuisine at Trece Mexican Kitchen. Additionally, if you use your Groupon on a Tuesday or Wednesday, you will receive a complimentary tableside preparation of guacamole.
All-important opening acts include the tableside-prepared guacamole ($12 if not dining on Tuesday or Wednesday), which is freshly sliced, diced, mashed, and smelted before the salivating eyes of feasters, or the classic Nachos Amador con Langosta, topped with lobster, black-bean puree, avocado, jack cheese, roasted-tomato salsa, and jalapeño jelly ($12). Brace your buttons for a mariachi-inspired bursting with one of Trece's main entrees. Options range from the vegetarian-friendly chile relleno vegetariano stuffed with spinach, goat cheese, and pecans ($18) to the hearty 12-ounce New York strip ranchero ($32), a mesquite-grilled cut topped with dark forest mushroom, morita-chile salsa, and chorizo.
The restaurant's pitch-perfect composition of succulent bites in a lounge atmosphere earned it the title of Best Mexican Restaurant in 2007 by the Dallas Observer. Veteran regional flavors such as chipotle, adobo, tomatillo, and cilantro lovingly caress sea bass, short ribs, grilled beef, crab, and lobster.
This Groupon is not valid with alcohol purchases or nightly specials.
- ...you'll count your blessings at Trece. The new spot...aims to wean patrons off typical Tex-Mex by offering authentic Mexican flavors; salmon lightly doused with achiote-papaya sauce, for instance, and mesquite-grilled steak in a coffee glaze. – DailyCandy
- Here you can get the most virile tableside guacamole known this side of the Minute Men; at a place where haute Mexican regional cooking unfurls in fresh clear flavors, from the "mucho frio" grilled green tomato gazpacho, to the pepita-crusted Alaskan halibut in tangerine hoja santa sauce, to the shrimp, spinach and goat cheese stuffed chile rellenos in clean, refreshing tomato broth. Trece is where good Mexican lives in Dallas. – Dallas Observor
- The view from our table was gorgeous—light-wrapped trees, an outdoor fireplace, and palm trees in the snow. Our waiter was particularly helpful in describing drinks and entrees...Entrees were creative and well-seasoned. – OpenTable user who dined on 2/12/2010
4513 Travis Street
Dallas, Texas 75205Get Directions