Warm days call for an ice cold margarita, and El Camino has just the patio for your summer fiesta! When you sit down for your first meal at El Camino, it’s worth your while to take it all in. Order an appetizer (ceviche, perhaps?) and a couple of drinks before moving onto your main entree and finishing with dessert. There are so many delicious dishes to try, but El Camino is popular for their mole, enchiladas, and bistec de capitalino. The restaurant has been around for over 20 years but current owners Robert Coburn and Paige Crandall continue to make the restaurant a neighborhood staple, attracting hungry customers from far and wide.
|Robert Coburn and Paige Crandall|