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DIABLITOS CANTINAIS AT SANCTUARIA Sanctuaria Wild Tapas is now serving Diablitos Cantina’s famous street tacos & sizzling fajita platters for lunch, along with your favorite Mexican specialties and weekly specials!  Lunch will be available 11am-3pm Tuesday through Friday.  In addition, limited menu items

DIABLITOS CANTINA TO REOPEN IN THE GROVE THIS WEEK Colleen DalyApr 24, 2017 There’s good news for fans of the street tacos and sizzling fajitas platters at Diablitos Cantina. The Mexican restaurant is reopening its doors this week – but in a new location. Diablitos

“BUILD-YOUR-OWN” BRUNCH  SEPTEMBER 17  |  11AM-3PM Come enjoy “build-your-own” brunch & LIVE DJ!  Brunch includes Entrée with Toppings Bar, Side & Bloody Mary, Mimosa, or Mocktail! Plus, Bloody Mary Garnish bar! Only $19.99 for Entrée with Toppings Bar, Side, and Bloody Mary*, Mimosa*, or Mocktail! Plus,

¡VAYA CON DIABLITOS! Four Course Gourmet Dinner 6:30pm  |  June 29, 2016 ATTN: NEW DATE! JUNE 29TH! 1- Guacamole 3 Ways Traditional, Black Bean and Corn, Fire-Roasted Tomato 2- Southwestern Chicken Salad Fajita Chicken, Fire-Roasted Corn, Black Beans, Tomato 3 – Mango Mahi Mahi Serrano-glazed Mahi Mahi, Mango Salsa

AT DIABLITOS, WE ARE LITTLE DEVILS. So, we love St. Patrick’s Day. Come celebrate with us by enjoying GREEN burritos and quesadillas,made with festive spinach tortillas! Visit Diablitos Cantina

NOW SERVING BRUNCH ALL DAY ON SUNDAYS! With Flamenco Guitar from Lliam Christy El Rasguño! Visit Diablitos Cantina

BRING YOUR LITTLE DEVIL OUT TO PLAY THIS VALENTINE’S DAY AT DIABLITO’S CANTINA. CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY! All guests will receive house-made Chili Chocolate Truffles, compliments of the house with purchase! FOOD SPECIALS –        Pork Tenderloin Fajitas with Poblano Peppers and Red

DIABLITOS CANTINA OPENS TODAY IN MIDTOWN By Kylah Brown December 16, 2011 11:41 AM The recent brainchild of Gurpreet Padda and Ami Grimes, the dynamic duo you can thank for Sanctuaria, Cafe Ventana and Chuy Arzola’s, offers “spirits and sustenance” with a Mexican flare. Those