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19 06, 2014

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. […]

18 06, 2014

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 [...]

1 05, 2014

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 [...]

1 05, 2014

“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! […]

5 04, 2014

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 [...]

6 03, 2014

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. […]

6 03, 2014

New Restaurants Hitting the Scene

Cut 432 and Park Tavern owners Brandon Belluscio, Brian Albe, and Anthony Pizzo have introduced Mexican soul-food and a top-notch tequila bar — which opened its doors late December – to downtown Delray Beach. Located just off the city’s Atlantic Ave. restaurant row on SE 2nd Ave. leading into Pineapple Grove, the establishment offers patrons a taste of Mexico through the eyes of Executive Chef Victor Meneses. […]

24 02, 2014

El Camino Gives Downtown Delray Beach Its First Tequila Bar

It just makes sense that the owners of Cut 432 decided to bring the taste of the taco to downtown Delray Beach with their new taquería-ish El Camino. El Camino owners Brandon Belluscio, Brian Albe, and Anthony Pizzo have brought Mexican soul-food and a top-notch tequila bar — which opened its doors late December — just off the city’s Atlantic Ave. restaurant row. The establishment offers patrons a taste of Mexico through the lens of executive chef Victor Meneses, originally from Juarez, Mexico. […]

14 02, 2014

The newest gig from a hip trio of restaurateurs is Mexican Soul Food

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30 01, 2014

Delray Restaurant Review: El Camino

I feel like I write about Mexican food too much. Are you tired of hearing about margaritas and guacamole? I don’t think I could ever tire of those two things… And so I have another Mexican restaurant review for you today. Sorry I’m not sorry. As I mentioned last week when I told you about my visit to Nino’s of Boca, my little sister and her BFF were in town for a bit. Naturally, this means many nights of going out to eat. It was the perfect excuse to try out a new place that just opened in Delray Beach, El Camino. It’s right next door to The Office off of Atlantic Ave. Downtown Delray has a huge variety of restaurants, but the one thing they have been severely lacking in is Mexican food. I’ve heard pretty good reviews of El Camino, which only made me want to go more, so of course I got a group together (another one of Bec’s BFFs lives down here with her fam too, so they also joined us) and we all got to experience El Camino in all of it’s opening-month glory […]