For more than 20 years, Jalapeno’s has been serving fresh, authentic Mexican food in an atmosphere as festive as a fiesta. Family-owned since 1997 and managed by brothers Fernando and Arnold Castellanos, they expanded from one restaurant into a Savannah franchise with seven locations in Savannah, Pooler, Richmond Hill, Rincon, Southside, Godley Station, and the Islands. Their menu offers handcrafted Mexican and Mexican-fusion dishes made with locally sourced ingredients alongside creatively mixed cocktails like their Paloma Margarita, a blend of two beloved and well-known tropical refreshers. And don’t forget to order the traditional churros or a delicate flan for dessert. In each of their locations, they have come to serve as a local, neighborhood home for fun-filled family celebrations featuring authentic Mexican flavors with a relaxed, community vibe.
912.712.5125 • jalapenosinc.com • 7 E. Broughton St., Savannah, GA
More locations: 8840 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Ga, 912.920.0704 / 7405 Skidaway Road, Savannah, Ga 912.356.1800 / 107 Charlotte Drive, #A Savannah, Ga 912.897.8245 / 930 Morgans Corner Road, Pooler, Ga 912.450.1555 / 60 Exchange, Suite C1 Richmond Hill, Ga 912.459.1022
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