Industry News | March 21, 2017

Karina's Ceviches & More Opening with Free Tacos

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Learn how to "talk taco" at the brand-new and bustling Karina's Ceviches & More on India Street's International Restaurant Row in San Diego’s Mission Hills, which on Tuesday, March 28 will celebrate its grand opening with an all-day-long "free taco" event. Patrons of this new, fast-casual eatery by Karina's Group will receive a free taco with purchase, heaped with their choice of carnitas, grilled or Baja-style fish, or rotisserie chicken. Those who know the popular full-service Karina's Mexican Seafood restaurants know the delights that await - and those who don't will be delighted to find out about the delicious tacos, seafood cocteles, burritos, and ceviches served in this convenient location.

The new Karina's Ceviches & More greets customers at a to-go window, giving them the option to take delicious fare back to the workplace or home, or to savor it al fresco on the adjacent sunny patio. Designed to appeal to the diverse crowds that throng the district through the day, the menu includes many top sellers from the group's highly regarded Karina's Mexican Seafood restaurants. With prices as low as $3 for a Baja fish taco and $8 for a carnitas burrito—not to mention generous ceviche tostadas for just $4 - guests will find the menu affordable enough to mix and match items without breaking the bank. And they'll find the new eatery even more wallet-friendly on March 28 at the Grand Opening #FreeTacoTuesday event.

The take-out eatery is another happy result of Karina's recent investment in Saffron Thai, which has undergone a significant renovation and continues to serve the excellent, healthy cuisine created by founder Su-Mei Yu that has pleased loyal fans for more than 30 years. Karina's Ceviches & More fills a neighboring space that was originally the Saffron Thai Chicken shop, but in the last few years had been used solely as a supplementary kitchen. So the enticing flavors of Mexican and Thai cuisines—subtle, fresh, spectacular—now bloom side-by-side.

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