On The Border Mexican Grill debuts Border-Style Street Food, including Birria Quesa Tacos

On The Border Street Food menu also spotlights Mexican Street Corn, Chicken Tomatillo Tamales

On The Border Mexican Grill and Cantina rolled out Mexican Street Corn, Birria Quesa Tacos, Chicken Tomatillo Tamales with its new Border-style Street Food menu. The casual-dining chain will offer the new menu items for a limited time.

40 years in business

Founded in 1982 in Dallas, On The Border will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Previously known as On The Border South Texas Café, it expanded into new markets, growing its brand over the past four decades.

To mark the milestone, the Mexican-style chain will offer guests a Grand Marnier Meltdown topper for 40 cents when they order a margarita. Coincidentally, On The Border has been known as the Home of Meltdowns to fans.

“We took inspiration directly from ingredients and recipes found in the taquerias, street carts and local markets of Mexico,” said Edithann Ramey, chief marketing officer at On The Border. “This new seasonal special is big on flavors that our guests will love!”

On The Border Street Food menu

Mexican Street Corn features creamy toasted corn mixed with chiles, spices and a hint of lime. Restaurants top it with lime crema, queso fresco and cilantro. Birria Quesa Tacos start with barbacoa, which is then topped with Mexican cheese, diced onion, and cilantro in crispy flour tortillas, served with hot consommé for dipping.

In addition, Chicken Tomatillo Tamales come topped with a choice of salsa verde, sour cream sauce or roasted red chile-tomatillo salsa.Guests can mix and match tamales or Combo options.

Spicy Chorizo Quesadillas, Strawberry Cheesecake Chimis, Mangonada and Skyrita have also landed on the new menu.

The On The Border Street Food lineup also includes dishes starting at $6.99. The Dallas-based brand will serve the limited-time dishes through March.

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