Delray Beach’s funky and perennially well-liked El Camino Mexican tacos and street-meals cafe and bar will open up a site at Rosemary Sq. in downtown West Palm Beach front afterwards this year, its proprietors declared by way of information release this week.
The restaurant will choose around the next-flooring place most not long ago occupied by Brother Jimmy’s barbecue cafe, which has been shut for nearly a 12 months.
El Camino’s guardian organization Fashionable Cafe Group, which also owns and operates Delray’s Slice 432 and Park Tavern eating places, aims for a winter season 2021 debut at the renovated amusement plaza.
That implies downtown West Palm Seashore may perhaps witness a struggle of the buzzy taquerías in 2021. Homeowners of the South Seaside very hot spot Bodega Taquería y Tequila announced in April they would open up a Clematis Street area late this calendar year.
The growth of the Mexican soul foods restaurant
El Camino has brought taco and tequila-loving crowds to Delray’s Pineapple Grove district since December 2013. The restaurant also has a locale on East Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.
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The restaurant, which describes its menu as “Mexican soul food,” serves an array of tacos, burritos, enchiladas, fajitas and quesadillas introduced with a refined touch. Which usually means the quesadillas are stuffed with motivated ingredients like squash blossom with Oaxaca cheese and dwelling-designed chorizo, and the tacos boast fillings like ancho chile-glazed pork belly with pineapple slaw and spiced peanut crunch.
Appetizers and shareable plates enterprise outside of the anticipated avenue corn, queso and guacamole mainstays to contain octopus a la plancha with charred cauliflower, pipian salsa and shaved radish, a ceviche of area purple snapper with jalapeño, onion, cumin and toasted pepitas, and a chile relleno which is crammed with Kurobuta pork shoulder picadillo, queso blanco, Marcona almonds and salsa roja.
El Camino holds up its “mezcal & tequila bar” tag with an extensive assortment of blancos, reposados and añejos. It also gives cocktails, craft beers and wine.
Its long term, 2nd-flooring house in downtown West Palm will occupy a 6,500-sq.-foot room that will feature an indoor/outdoor bar, indoor seating for 165 diners and an open-air dining area seating 75. The house overlooks the AMC Rosemary Square 12 motion picture theaters.
Ahead of earlier tenant Brother Jimmy’s debuted in April 2016, the area was home to Decks Fish Market place (for scarcely 10 months) and, right before that, Taverna Opa.
- Delray’s popular Mexican restaurant options a winter 2021 debut in West Palm