Are you ready to drink a margarita the size of a small fish bowl? What about eat a burrito the size of a brick? El Sarape could be the place you’re looking for. Located down the road from Lambeau Field, El Sarape is a favorite for many Packer players. It’s apparent from the moment you walk in the door. One of their benches (Packered themed of course) is signed by numerous Packers from over the years.
What to expect:
I’m just going to start out by saying that I’m not a huge fan of Mexican food. I’m too picky of an eater and struggle to find things that don’t contain onions. However, with that being said, I really enjoyed El Sarape. Here’s what I love about these types of Mexican restaurants, which I’m sure everyone agrees with me, the complimentary chips and salsa. While I don’t eat the salsa (damn picky eaters), the chips are always great. During this visit at El Sarape, I ordered a burrito with their steak. I was pleasantly surprised at the portion size I received given the price tag. I feel like my burrito had more steak in it than it did rice, which I didn’t expect one bit. The only mistake I made, which I regretted immediately, was not adding beans or cheese to the burrito. If it had those two ingredients, it would have been a completely different meal. It seemed to be too dry without having any beans in it. I very well could have screwed up my ordering and ordered the wrong burrito. I’ll definitely go back there to right this wrong, but was really happy with my El Sarape experience. I may become a Mexican restaurant fan, yet.
My girlfriend ordered a ‘jumbo’ margarita, and for the price, that’s was a jumbo margarita alright. She struggled to put it down due to the sheer volume of it and amount of tequila in it. I’m not exaggerating when I say it was the size of a small fish bowl.
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