Culinary family set to open Mexican seafood restaurant
A new restaurant that has been posting tantalizing Facebook posts since late April will open this month.
El Mariscal, promising the flavors of Nayarit-style Mexican seafood, will occupy the space that once housed Churrasco at 1319 Military Cutoff Road in Landfall Center. Social media posts tout the restaurant’s fresh oysters, seafood soup and other seaside specialties from Nayarit, a small state on Mexico’s west coast. Blessed with fertile soil and a temperate climate, the region is known for its abundant agricultural products and seafood.
“From its seas come shark, dogfish, bass, sierra, prawns and oysters, which is why seafood takes center stage in Nayarit’s gastronomy,” says the Mex Connect website.
“We are thrilled and proud to be the first Mexican seafood restaurant in Wilmington,” the owners said in a blog post. , and oysters to pair with refreshing and creative cocktails, from cantaritos to micheladas and of course margaritas. The cool and refreshing ambiance sets the tone for the freshest seafood with Mexican roots. The flavors are unique to the coasts of Mexico, offered nowhere else in this For this particular concept we have invited one of the best Mexican seafood chefs on the east coast, we are happy to have chef Marcelo in the restaurant. team, thanks to its great experience.
El Mariscal is the new culinary venture of the Ibarra family, nearly 30-year veterans of the local restaurant scene. In addition to the family’s local El Cerro Grande chain, they own and operate El Arriero Taquerias as well as Zócalo Street Food and Tequila in Barclay Pointe.
In addition to a slew of seafood dishes, El Mariscal will have a full bar, with specialty cocktails designed to accompany its cuisine, according to the website.