Eating spicy foods is said to boost the metabolism, much like jogging in the park or hunting for piñatas in supply closets. Shift bellies into overdrive with this Groupon.
$12 for $24 Worth of Tex-Mex Food
Cooks prepare Tex-Mex favorites such as house-specialty puffy tacos for $11, enchiladas verdes doused in tomatillo sauce for $13, and skirt-steak jalisco for $17. See the full menu.
Vivo Tex Mex is open from 5–9 p.m. on Sunday and Monday, 5–10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, and 4 p.m.–12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
When Roger Diaz puts together a meal in his kitchen at Vivo Restaurant, he’s not just tossing fresh ingredients into handmade tortillas. He draws on three generations of family cooking, taught to him by his mother and grandmother before he could even reach the stovetop. These family recipes include tricks to puff up a tortilla by lightly frying it, as well as the ingredients to make the tortilla itself from scratch.
Roger’s colorful dining room and patio celebrate his heritage as well. Huge, colorful canvases bedeck the interiors, bright lanterns hang from the ceiling, and a portrait of Frida Kahlo surreptitiously tries to steal sips of frosty margaritas. Al fresco, the constant burble of fountains chatters beneath diners' conversations while ample potted plants and flowers create a fresh bouquet of scents to complement meals.
92% of 4,291 customers recommend
“Lunch is best time to, the combo is a real bargain especially with your groupon. Their half price happy hour is great also...no groupon allowed, or needed. Food is...”
“Lunch is best time to, the combo is a real bargain especially with your groupon. Their half price happy hour is great also...no groupon allowed, or needed. Food is great, but service is slow and funky.”
“The food and service were very good!”
“Great food, fun atmosphere.”