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Dinner Hours:

Monday-Thursday 3pm-9pm

Friday 3pm-10pm

Saturday 12pm-10pm

Sunday 12pm-9pm

Lunch Hours:

Monday - Friday 12 pm - 3 pm
Dress Code Casual

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Bebidas

Margaritas

Caracara Frozen Margarita

Frozen Lime, Strawberry, Peach, Passion Fruit or Mango
9 | 13

Natural Margarita

12

One with Life Organic tequila blanco, fresh squeezed lime juice, agave nectar

Mango Margarita

11

1800 silver, triple sec, rum, mango, fresh squeezed lime

Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita

12

Tanteo jalapeno & tequila blanco, fresh squeezed lime juice, splash sour, fresh cucumber & jalapeño

Caracara Coconut Crusher

11

1800 coconut tequila, triple sec, pineapple juice, fresh lime, sour mix, simple syrup, coconut rimmed rocks glass

Margarita on the Rocks

9

Tequila blanco, triple sec, fresh squeezed lime juice

Caracara Cadillac Margarita

14

Patron reposado, grand marnier, fresh squeezed lime juice, agave nectar

Berry Margarita

12

El Jimador blanco, triple sec, fresh squeezed lime juice with seasonal berries

Passionate Margarita

12

Tanteo chipotle tequila, triple sec, passion fruit, pom juice

Hand Muddled Mojitos

Mojito Classico

11

White rum, fresh mint, fresh lime juice, club soda

Tequila Mojito

11

Blanco tequila, fresh mint, fresh lime juice, club soda

Mango Mojito

11

White rum, fresh mint, fresh lime juice, mango

Caracara Mojito

11

Rum & tequila, fresh mint, fresh lime juice, club soda

Sangria

Sangria White or Red

Glass 9 | Pitcher 36

The Sangarita

10

Our special blend of frozen classic margarita and red sangria

Peach Sangria

Glass 10 | Pitcher 38

Wines

Wines By The Glass & Bottle Available

Cervezas - Draft Beers

Beer of the Month

Negra Modelo

Bud

Seasonal Drafts

Modelo Especial

Dos XX Amber

Corona Lite

Cervezas - Bottled Beers

Corona

Sol

Day of Dead - IPA

Coors Non Alcoholic

Tecate Can

Pacifico

Hefeweizen - Porter - Blonde

Home of the Tequila Martini

Coconut Raspberry Martini

13

1800 coconut tequila, triple sec, raspberry, cranberry & pineapple juice, fresh squeezed lime

Mexican - Hawaiian

12

Deep Eddy Vodka, coconut rum, blue Curacao, pineapple juice, rimmed with coconut flakes

Caracara Cosmopolitan

14

Patron blanco, triple sec, pomegranate juice, cranberry juice, fresh squeezed lime juice

Peartini

13

Absolut Pear, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, fresh lime, brut cava

Mas Bebidas - More Drinks

Frozen Lemon Drop

11

Smirnoff Citrus, rose’s lime juice, our special frozen tequila lime mix in sugared rim glass

Mexican Mule

12

Tanteo jalapeño tequila, ginger beer, lime juice, lime wedge

Moscow Mule

11

Deep Eddy vodka, ginger beer, fresh lime juice over ice

Tropical Mule

12

Deep Eddy ruby red grapefruit vodka, ginger beer, pineapple, club soda

Caracara Infused Cocktails

Seasonal
Shots 8 | Cocktails 10

La Michelada

7

A Mexican beer cocktail with tecate, fresh lime juice & spices served in a salt rimmed glass

La Paloma

11

Dulce Vida grapefruit tequila, fresh lime juice, soda water & sprite over ice

Tijuana Punch

10

Tequila blanco, pineapple, orange and lime juices

Hortchata & Rum

10

Rice-cinnamon water and rum on the rocks

Blood Orange Mimosa Sunrise

10

Blood orange liqueur, passion fruit, OJ, Champagne

     The Crested Caracara is the national bird of Mexico. Found mainly in tropical regions, it is both predator and scavenger. They have black crests, orange-red beaks, and long, yellow colored legs, making them easily distinguishable from other birds of prey. The look is similar to a mini-eagle.
     Caracaras have a distinctive hoarse cackle, which they employ to squawk. They will make a shrieking noise when they feel threatened. It sounds like “cara cara,” which gives them their name.
     These birds of legend are considered an omen of good luck. They were sacred and held in high esteem by the Aztec and Mayan cultures, who wore jewelry of their claws and headdresses of their feathers. Mexican folklore usually shows Caracaras as being fearless and admired for their bravery. Mexico is the only country in which the Caracara is a national symbol.
     According to Aztec legend, the people were wandering in Mexico in search of a sign that their god, Huitzilopochtli, had given them. He commanded them to ?nd a Crested Caracara perched on top of a cactus, devouring a snake. After two hundred years of wandering, they found the promised sign on a small island in Lake Texcoco. Their search and wandering ended and they founded their new capital, now Mexico City. This scene is depicted on the Mexican ?ag. In addition to the name of the bird, caracara also means face to face in Spanish. Due to all of the above we felt it was only appropriate to name our restaurant Caracara Mexican Grill.

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