If you love Margarita Monday and Taco Tuesday, then you'll love that El Camino — one of the most popular taquerias in South Florida — is headed to West Palm Beach.
Since opening its first location in downtown Delray Beach in 2015, El Camino founders Brandon Belluscio, Brian Albe, and corporate chef Anthony Pizzo — the trio behind Modern Restaurant Group that also owns Delray Beach's Park Tavern and Cut 432 — have practically defined standing-room-only when it comes to their most popular concept.
At least, that's how it usually ends up come happy hour at this popular Palm Beach County haunt, when their handcrafted margaritas and Mexican soul food draw crowds that often spill out of the bar area and onto the sidewalk.
Now, this winter, West Palm Beach residents further north will have a location to call their own when El Camino opens its doors at 700 South Rosemary Avenue in the heart of West Palm's Rosemary Square neighborhood.
When it does, the 6,500-square-foot restaurant will have ample seating for happy hour revelers, including 165 indoor and an additional indoor/outdoor bar seating for 75, making it the perfect destination for the brand's rainbow-hued menu of handcrafted margaritas (they come in over a dozen flavors including strawberry-basil, kiwi-mint, spicy avocado, watermelon-jalapeno, guava-habernero, and smoked pineapple just to name a few), happy hour deals, late-night reverse happy hour deals, and upscale Mexican eats.
"For the new location of El Camino, we saw amazing opportunity in West Palm Beach and Rosemary Square was perfect for us," Belluscio says. "It a fabulous addition to the city, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it."
For more information regarding the opening, and to inquire about employment opportunities, visit elcaminowestpalmbeach.com.