El Fandango Mexican Restaurant Spices Up Friday Nights with Noche Bohemia
SAN DIEGO, Calif.— El Fandango Mexican Restaurant in Old Town has added live entertainment to their authentic Mexican food and décor, making a visit to the restaurant a true cultural experience.
Noche Bohemia occurs every Friday night from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and features local entertainers, drink specials and complimentary appetizers.
“The live music makes for a great atmosphere,” said Connie Puente, owner of El Fandango. “It allows our guests to really relax and enjoy themselves after a long week.”
Local classical guitarist and singer, Anthony Mendez was the first artist to perform as part of Noche Bohemia on Feb. 4.
El Fandango also boasts a variety of other events and specials including their daily champagne brunch and daily happy hour specials from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Brunch is served daily from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. For $10.50 guests enjoy a selection of American or Mexican breakfast favorites along with two glasses of complimentary champagne.
Happy hour specials include:
Monday: $2.00 2oz. House Margaritas
Tuesday: $2.00 2oz. House Margaritas, $2.00 Street Tacos
Wednesday: $3.00 Import Beers, $3.00 Fish Tacos
Thursday: $5.00 House Wines (Red or White by the glass), $5.00 House Martinis
Friday: $5.00 Patron Shots
About El Fandango
El Fandango is a historically interpretive Restaurant, reflecting the changing pattern of food preparation in California during the time period of 1846 to 1856 years of great change in California. First, game and seafood was the staple of local Indians. Then the Californios of the Spanish period developed huge herds of cattle. At this time the tradition of “Fandangos” was instituted. During a special events having parties that sometimes lasted days. The menu of El Fandango reflects the collection of cuisine that took root during this period.