Even if it means heading to Fort Lauderdale...
So today we’re pleased to present Dos Caminos, a new Mexican tavern ready to host your next añejo-fueled taco feast, opening this Thursday.
You’re an experienced traveler, so chances are you’ve already dined at one of the five outposts of Dos Caminos in New York and Las Vegas. So you know what to expect here: south-of-the-border classics like tacos, fresh-pounded guacamole and over a hundred tequilas.
Your best move: bring a date and kick things off with a Prickly Pear Margarita (blended with cactus fruit) at the low-lit bar clad in plywood and painted skulls.
Then, head back into the dining room, a funky Day of the Dead–feeling realm with more painted skulls, old-timey black-and-white photos of Mexico, graffiti murals and magenta booths. Summon a round of tequila and platters of tacos made with Lamb Barbacoa (slow-roasted in banana leaves with mint and jalapeños) and Smoked Brisket Enchiladas.
And be sure to try the guac, pounded fresh at your table with a molcajete.
No, you can’t take the molcajete home with you.