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Try Something New

Though you tend to have tried-and-true dishes that you order during each visit (even if it's five times a week!), we encourage you to broaden your horizons and try something new next time you dine with us. Below are a few of our favorites. Learn more about these and other ingredients over at the Glossary.

 

Try Something New - Tacos Al Pastor 

Tacos Al Pastor – corn tortilla topped with shaved rotisserie-cooked pork, pineapple, red onion & cilantro and drizzled with spicy guacamole & Mexican red sauce 

 


 

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Lengua – slow-cooked beef tongue  

 


 

 

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Chile Verde – braised pork roasted with a variety of hot peppers

 


 

 

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Steak en Salsa Roja – grilled steak in spicy red pepper sauce

 

 


 

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Chicken Ranchero – boneless chicken slow-cooked with onions, tomatoes and a variety of hot peppers

 


 

 

grilled veggies

Grilled Vegetables – your choice of lightly seasoned onions, broccoli, corn, zucchini, squash, eggplant, red onions, sweet potatoes and seasonally available vegetables like Brussels sprouts

 


 

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Breakfast – burritos and tacos with your choice of fresh scrambled eggs, huevos rancheros, home fries plain or with pork hash, sausage (chorizo and traditional), rice, salsa and spinach; pair with our fresh-squeezed orange juice!

 


 

pepper jar

Spice It Up – jalapenos, habanero sauce, hot sauce (combination of hot peppers with onions, garlic and a touch of cilantro), guacamolio (spicy guacamole made with avocados and hot peppers), salsa ardiente (green sauce made with hot peppers) and salsa roja (red sauce made with hot peppers).

 


 

 

Try Something New - Horchata Drink

Horchata – traditional Mexican drink made fresh daily from ground almonds, rice milk and cinnamon

 


 

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Jamaica – traditional Mexican drink made fresh daily from brewed hibiscus petals; often called a Mexican fruit punch

 


 

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Mexican Coke – bottles of Coke imported from Mexico that are made with real cane sugar instead of corn syrup

 


 

jarritos soda

Jarritos – bottled Mexican soda available in a variety of flavors including apple, fruit punch, grapefruit, guava, lime, orange, and tamarind

 


 

jumex juice

Jumex – canned Mexican juices available in a variety of flavors including apple, apricot, guava, mango, pear, strawberry/banana, and tamarind

Try Something New!

chile verde taco Chile Verde - braised pork roasted with a variety of hot peppers