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What You'll Get
Like an RV, the burrito is cylindrical, known for its portability, and must always be emptied of its edible contents to avoid bear attacks while camping. Sink your fangs into a mobile meal with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of healthy, Baja-style Mexican fare and drinks at Wahoo's Fish Taco. This Groupon is valid at Wahoo's Kilauea Avenue location only.
The surf-centric chefs at Wahoo's Fish Taco sculpt a menu of fast, light Mexican fare in a breezy beach setting. Diners wade into starter plates of baja rolls stuffed with chicken, spinach, and flourishes of cream cheese ($6.59). Wahoo's combo platters, with foundations of flame-broiled fish, chicken, or steak ($6.95–$13.99), offer nautically infused tenderness without the difficulties of steaming a sandcastle. Wahoo's hulking Outer Reef burrito ($8.89) belly flops onto appetites, and the seven-layer salad tickles palates with its multitextured tones of cabbage, guacamole, and choice of protein ($7.75; add $3 for meat, $5 for seafood). The restaurant's bartenders craft quenching margaritas ($7/glass) infused with homemade sweet-and-sour mix, and sling offerings from a full beer list ($4–$5). At the full bar, patrons gaze upon flat-paneled televisions as they swap stories of the burrito that got away.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 5 or more. Dine-in only. Not valid for happy hour or Taco Tuesday prices. Valid only at Kilauea Avenue location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Wahoo’s Fish Taco
With an eclectic childhood that took place amid the bustling cityscape of São Paolo, Brazil, in the steamy kitchen of their parents’ Chinese restaurant and on surfboards riding the oceans of Mexico, brothers Wing, Ed, and Mingo have tasted a panoply of flavors. Their intimate familiarity with the international cuisines of their youth has coalesced into Wahoo’s Fish Taco, a taqueria with Mexican specialties that brim with Brazilian and Asian touches. House-made sauces, such as the roasted-pepper cilantro sauce and the spicy Mr. Lee’s sauce, drizzle wahoo- and mahi-mahi-stuffed tacos and fork-ready entrees such as the Maui bowl, a customer favorite that combines teriyaki steak with beans and rice. The full bar serves margaritas infused with local limes, house-made sweet-and-sour mix, and straws handcrafted by artisan strawsmiths to anoint tongues during lunch, dinner, or the eatery's daily happy hours. To add to the global flavors, live musicians flaunt their fingerwork in the restaurant three days a week.