Texan witches often cursed their enemies with the Tex-Mex Hexcausing them to weep ranchero sauce, sprout burritos on their arms, and turn everything they touch into refried beans. Celebrate a more benevolent form of this delectable magic with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of Mexican fare at Yucatan Cantina in Morrisville.
The chefs at Yucatan Cantina unleash the esteemed flavors and seasonings of Mexicos southern peninsula to create flavor-charged lunches and dinners straight from south of the border. After a round of tabletop football with crispy tortilla chips, dining duos can dunk their edible triangles into vats of homemade guacamole ($4.95 lunch/$5.95 dinner) or use them to scoop up the tequila-lime grouper, shrimp, and scallops in the yucatan ceviche ($6.95 lunch/$7.95 dinner). Tacos filled with the likes of ancho-chili-marinated chicken ($5.95 lunch/$9.95 dinner) or a garden of sauteed veggies ($5.95 lunch/$8.95 dinner) lead the parade of handheld entrees, and steak quesadillas topped with Chihuahua cheese ($6.95 lunch/$10.95 dinner) follow close behind. During dinner, forks dive tines-first into the spicy chili-rubbed seared duck breast ($18.95), which rests beside pecan-prune mole sauce and garlic-poblano mashed potatoes, both perfect for extinguishing tongue fires. Meals end at the hand of a dessert mob, including a three-layer chocolate cake and a duo of mango enchiladas served over a heap of praline ice cream ($4.95 lunch/$5.95 dinner).
At Yucatan Cantina, yellow and blue hues radiate from modern light fixtures to blanket cozy booths and lumbar-supporting tables in a warm and inviting glow. Diners can enjoy their meal while checking the plentiful sports-casting flat-screens for signs of foul play or challenging their accommodating waiter to a thumb-wrestling match.
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