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Delray Beach, FL 33444
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Yearly Archives: 2014


Happy Hour of the Week: El Camino

The Delray Beach tequila bar offers a twice-nightly happy hour. At El Camino, a popular tequila bar in Delray Beach, patrons have the choice of checking out happy hour after work or during a late night on the town. Daily specials include $2 Corona beers, $3 drafts and $5 flavored margaritas. If you're hungry (and [...]

Six Drinks to Celebrate National Tequila Day in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

The largest margarita ever made was 10,500 gallons. We can only imagine that's close to what Delray Beach establishment El Camino goes through in a week thanks to an ever rotating list of specialty margaritas, everything from a smoked pineapple to watermelon and strawberry-infused. But the drink that makes this list is nothing but tequila, [...]

El Camino’s got soul

From the owners of nearby Cut 423 and Park Tavern comes this Mexican soul food spot in Pineapple Grove. “We want to deliver an amazing, vibrant atmosphere, great food/scratch kitchen, and advanced beverage program,” says general manager Josh Perfit. “Of course, stellar not-in-your-face service.” Guests are welcomed by Day of the Dead-themed exterior murals of Frida Kahlo and Mexican Revolution figure Emiliano Zapata. […]

El Camino pays tribute to Mexican soul food and real-deal tequila

More than wine in a box, Mexico’s most time-honored alcoholic beverage has an image problem. Already, you have a picture in your head: Spring break, frat house, navel shots — clouded regrets of your 20s. El Camino in Delray Beach wants to suggest a new Rorschach image. The tack this three-month-old restaurant a block north [...]

Best Street Artist Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach 2014 – Ruben Ubiera

Trying to catch up with Ubiera is nearly impossible. He’s usually out burning up hours spray-painting walls. The Dominican-born street artist has painted murals inside the International Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport, inside the Evernia Parking Garage in West Palm Beach, at Delray’s El Camino Cocina and Tequila Bar, and at Miami’s Wynwood Brewery, just to name a few. […]

New Times Best Of Broward/Palm Beach: Take a Look at the Best Drinks

Best Margarita - El Camino Everyone has a version of the perfect margarita. Some say it's as simple as fresh lime juice, a touch of agave, and a shot or two of good tequila. Others prefer fruit-infused simple syrups and bold flavors to make a high-end, sophisticated drink. For us, the real secret to a [...]

Ten Best Margaritas in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

New to the whole tequila bar scene, El Camino has an impressive selection of Mexican-inspired drinks. From mezcal mules ($10) to pomegranate palomas ($10) to tequila old-fashioneds ($12) to an entire list of margaritas, this place can tempt any tequila-loving palate. While you pretty much can't go wrong, we pick favorites -- and we're certainly [...]

“Cut 432 is, in my opinion, one of the best steaks in the country!”

Day 4 of the SoFlaFoodie #31Burgers in #31Day tour. Cut 432 in Delray Beach was is our next stop. Since 2008 owner’s Brandon Belluscio and Brian Albe have taken the stuffiness out of steak houses and delivered not only a trendy south beach style scene, but the food to back it up. Cut 432 is, in my opinion, one of the best steaks in the country! […]

A former garage in Pineapple Grove has morphed into a hopping Mexican spot

A former garage in Pineapple Grove has morphed into a hopping Mexican spot with 200 tequilas, ranging from $9 to $75 per shot (try a flight if you want to experience a few). Margaritas are all of the "skinny" variety - made fresh with only agave and no syrup, and there is a Mexican woman [...]

Ten Best Tacos in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

Although his family is from Mexico, El Camino executive chef Victor Meneses grew up stateside in New Mexico, cooking alongside his mother learning the family recipes at a young age. Schooled at the L’Acadamie de Cuisine in Maryland, he also spent five years learning from the likes of Michel Richard and Todd Gray cooking everything from French to Italian. Mexican, however, is where Meneses’ heart is, and El Camino represents many of the unique dishes he ate as a child, but prepared with a modern touch. […]