Alicia’s Mexican Grille is participating in Latin Restaurant Weeks.
The two-week menu showcase will feature more than 25 participating restaurants who will be offering special pricing on casual lunch or upscale dinners.
They’ll feature menu options ranging from $15 to $50.
Some of the restaurants participating will be Alicia’s Mexican Grille, Gauchos Do Sul, Los Cucos, Mucho Mexico, Sofrito Houston, Vida Mariscos Seafood & Sports Bar, Essentials Kitchen by Chef Martinez, Peruvian Sweets by Belen, and more
Alicia’s Mexican Grille, multiple locations: From now through May 5, Alicia’s is serving its Piña Fresca Margarita for $10. It’s made with tequila, lime juice, agave nectar, pineapple and muddled cucumber. It’s not made with just any tequila, though. The Herrera family traveled to Guadalajara and selected three barrels of Herradura Double Barrel Reposado. The tequila spends 11 months in oak and then moves to charred oak for a month. Whiskey barrel picks are now common in Houston, but tequila barrels don’t make their way to town often. This special Herradura won’t last forever, so don’t miss it. Alicia’s is also offering four street tacos for $10.95 through May 5.
Sip N Stroll boasts more than 150 wine selections. Participating restaurants and chefs include Alicia’s Mexican Grille, Bar Louie, BB’s Café, BundtCake-A-Holoic, Dish Society, Fadi’s Mediterranean Grill, Fajita Pete’s, Gauchos Do Sul, Ginn’s Gourmet, Grazia Italian Kitchen, Local Table, Mona Fresh Italian, Nirvana Indian Restaurant and Catering, Papa Murphy’s, The Rouxpour, Salata, Sammy’s Sports Grill, Texas Roadhouse, and Tobiuo Sushi and Bar.
Alicia’s Mexican Grille’s Sugarland location opens later this month. They’re planning a fundraiser on March 4th with proceeds benefiting Fort Bend Cares, a charity that helps disadvantaged kids.
Alicia’s Mexican Grille is bringing back its Millonario Margarita, its 12-year anniversary cocktail, from Friday to Sunday. It’s available for $12 (previously $40) at all locations.
Alicia’s Mexican Grille was founded by the Herrera family in 2006 and has expanded to five locations, including its most recent in the Richmond/Sugar Land area. For National Margarita Day, Alicia’s is bringing back its 12th Anniversary limited edition Millonario Margarita. It’s made with Avion 44 tequila, fresh lime juice, organic agave nectar, and Grande Gala. Alicia’s says this rita is a $40 value. Your sticker price? $12. The special lasts February 22 through February 24.
The fifth outpost of Alicia’s Mexican Grille is set to open at 20420 Southwest Freeway in Richmond, though the restaurant is describing the outpost as located in Sugar Land. As at the other Alicia’s locations, the restaurant will serve fajitas, margaritas, and more Tex-Mex classics, and plans for tequila dinners and chef’s tasting menus are set to follow once the restaurant is open. No official opening date has been set, but expect for Alicia’s to arrive in February.