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November 29, 2022

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North Park’s Tamarindo Bringing Margaritas and Mezcal to Del Mar

<img alt="Tamarindo North Park" src="https://cdn.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/NgYsLqNY1DzmZGMtC5CXQjrKFGI=/374x0:6347x4480/1310x983/cdn.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/63879613/Tamarindo_2.0.0.jpg"> </p> Due in early spring of 2020, the restaurant will offer lunch, dinner, and brunch, transfering over the weekly specials that have become popular at its University Avenue outpost, including Fiesta Hour, its twice-daily happy hour, as well as Taco Tuesday and bottomless mimosa weekend brunch. <a href="http://tamarindonp.com/"><strong>Tamarindo Latin Kitchen + Bar</strong></a>, which first touched down in North Park in 2017, is heading to Del Mar where it will occupy a coveted street-level spot in <a href="https://delmarplaza.com/">Del Mar Plaza</a>. Replacing Smashburger, the restaurant is also taking over an adjacent space, bringing Tamarindo’s total footprint to 4,000-square-feet, which will include a patio. Steve Blasingham, managing partner of <a href="http://mooserestaurantgroup.com/">Moose Restaurant Group</a>, which runs Tamarindo as well as Fred’s Mexican Cafe in Old Town, says the North County location will feature more seafood than its North Park counterpart but <a href="http://tamarindonp.com/menus/">the menu </a>will remain at the same price point. The Latin kitchen and bar is expanding Mike Spilky of <a href="https://locationmatters.com/">Location Matters</a> represented the landlord and tenant. Known for its large selection of tequila and mezcal, Tamarindo Del Mar will have a large square-shaped bar; Blasingham tells Eater that the cocktail menu will likely have input from Mark Broadfoot, a local agave spirits expert who created Tamarindo’s beverage program and the original drink list for Galaxy Taco in La Jolla. <p></p>

Tamarindo North Park Due in early spring of 2020, the restaurant will offer lunch, dinner, and brunch, transfering over the weekly specials that have become popular at its University Avenue outpost, including Fiesta Hour, its twice-daily happy hour, as well as Taco Tuesday and bottomless mimosa weekend brunch.

The Latin kitchen and bar is expanding
Tamarindo Latin Kitchen + Bar, which first touched down in North Park in 2017, is heading to Del Mar where it will occupy a coveted street-level spot in Del Mar Plaza. Replacing Smashburger, the restaurant is also taking over an adjacent space, bringing Tamarindo’s total footprint to 4,000-square-feet, which will include a patio. Steve Blasingham, managing partner of Moose Restaurant Group, which runs Tamarindo as well as Fred’s Mexican Cafe in Old Town, says the North County location will feature more seafood than its North Park counterpart but the menu will remain at the same price point.
Mike Spilky of Location Matters represented the landlord and tenant.
Known for its large selection of tequila and mezcal, Tamarindo Del Mar will have a large square-shaped bar; Blasingham tells Eater that the cocktail menu will likely have input from Mark Broadfoot, a local agave spirits expert who created Tamarindo’s beverage program and the original drink list for Galaxy Taco in La Jolla.