'Fajita flare up' sets off fire alarm at Margarita's
Apparently a fajita skillet at Margarita's got a little hot and set off the fire alarm.
City fire units were dispatched, but a first responder sounded the "all clear" pretty quickly.
"Dispatch, you can disregard," was the first responder's message. "They had a fajita flare up."
Dispatch: "Copy. Fajita flare up."
If you don't eat much Mexican food and are unfamiliar with "fajita," this from Wikipedia:
In many restaurants, the fajita meat is brought to the table sizzling loudly on a metal platter or skillet, with the tortillas and condiments served on the side.
Additionally, some restaurants keep a flame burning under the skillet.
True fajita is beef skirt steak, but most restaurants also serve chicken and shrimp fajitas.