Milwaukee, WI (Across from the Airport)
Sunday - Thursday:
11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Friday - Saturday:
11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
© 2013 Jalapeno Loc
Private Parties/Event Planning
Wednesdays 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Gluten Free Menu
Patio Dining/Weather Permitting
Daily Happy Hour 3-6p.m.
Specials for April 13th through April 26th
Happy Hour daily 3 to 6 pm
Crema de Champiñones
Cream of mushroom soup with a touch of pecans and brandy.
cup $3.25 | bowl $5.75
Las Bolsitas (appetizer)
Handmade tortillas shaped into little "purses" stuffed with a chorizo and potato mixture served on a roasted tomato salsa. $5.75
Tamales de Amarillito
One of the most traditional tamales from Oaxaca often made for special occasions. We are serving three tamales filled with Mole Amarillito and shredded pork wrapped in banana leaves and steamed. Served with a cup of black bean soup. (gluten free)
Chile Anaheim Relleno
In Oaxaca to make these chiles rellenos we use chile de agua, anaheim is the closest we come to that chile here. We stuff them with queso panela (a soft, white light flavored Mexican cheese), cover them with a caldillo de tomatoes that is a bit spicy and serve them with rice, beans, and tortillas.
(2 chiles per order)
Tortas de Carne Desebrada
A traditional Mexico City dish served from diners to top quality restaurants. They are tortas (patties) made with tender shredded beef, spinach, and egg served in a caldillo (salsa) of tomatoes. Served with rice, beans, and tortillas.
Tacos de Carnitas
Three tacos of traditional slow cooked pork on corn tortillas topped with chopped red onion and cilantro. (gluten free)
This is a large handmade tortilla that is topped with re-fried beans, salsa verde, your choice of beef, chicken, ground beef, pork, grilled steak, grilled chicken, or pork al pastor, chihuahua cheese, lettuce, pico de gallo, and Mexican cream.
A flan made with chocolate served with a berry salsa and a touch of vanilla ice cream.
Specialty Margarita Flavors
Cucumber Basil, Chile, Pineapple Coconut, and Apple
Cucumber Basil, Chile, Apple, and Pineapple Coconut