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Senor T's Mexican Grill and Tequila Bar brings a little Mexico in New Tampa

Senor T's Mexican Grill and Tequila Bar on Bruce B. Downs offers a large variety of traditional Mexican dishes, as well as 75 types of tequila. Photo courtesy of Senor T's.

Senor T's Mexican Grill and Tequila Bar on Bruce B. Downs offers a large variety of traditional Mexican dishes, as well as 75 types of tequila. Photo courtesy of Senor T's.

NEW TAMPA — The dining room looks like a courtyard, complete with a large mural of agave plants, and tequila aging barrels adorn the restaurant.

A mariachi band performs weekly, serenading diners.

At Senor T's, guests can enjoy the ambiance of Mexico while dining in New Tampa.

Senor T's Mexican Grill and Tequila Bar offers a large variety of traditional Mexican dishes, as well as 75 types of tequila.

"It's a modern day Mexican grill and tequila bar," said Dewayne Bracy, operations partner. "We've gotten great responses from the guests."

Open for lunch and dinner, menu items include a large variety of burritos, enchiladas, quesadillas, fajitas, tacos and Mexican flatbreads.

There are weekly specials, in addition to a new late-night menu that offers drink specials and half-price appetizers from 9 p.m. until close.

Customers can choose to dine inside, or on the large patio that also has a bar.

"We have a state of the art patio that is open rain or shine," said Bracy.

During inclement weather, electric slides move panels to block the rain.

Senor T's is a family friendly restaurant, but also offers a separate tequila room. In this lounge- like setting, guests can choose from tequila flights, shots or bottles.

Senor T's has 21 televisions that are 55 inches or larger, and there is live entertainment on the weekends. The Castillo Kids, a mariachi band from Orlando, performs most Friday nights.

Senor T's is at 17641 Bruce B Downs Blvd. and is open 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday.

For more information, call (813) 972-4800, or visit senortsmexgrill.com.

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Senor T's Mexican Grill and Tequila Bar brings a little Mexico in New Tampa 05/25/16 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 6:22pm]
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