Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles is bringing in some new tastes to replace the old. While Camacho is sadly gone, now Antojitos Cocina Mexicana takes it’s place.
Antojitos is bringing some amazing and traditional decor to the establishment. It’s designed the space it now holds, with vibrant colors and hand painted murals. While Camacho was the within the heart of Citywalk, Antojitos is trying to bring more soul to the location.
The Executive Chef for Antojitos is Gian Caterina, a Brazilian cook who can’t wait to bring some inspired flavor to the menu. Some of their new items to look forward to when you visit is:
Their delicious tacos are made with a decent meat option, as they have: tequila marinated Carne Asada, Al Pastor, Pollo, Chorizo con Papas, Birra de Res, Baja Snapper, and even Vegan Chorizo, for those who stay away from meat.
The floor plan for the location showcases open seating and patio space, but also private ares for your future engagements and parties.
People who attend this lovely restaurant are likely to hear live musical performances as Antojitos will be bringing in local Latin artists and the oh so traditional mariachis.
If you are not craving Mexican cuisine, there is always Italian, as with the loss of Wolfgang Puck, the void is filled by VIVO Italian Kitchen.
VIVO is an expo kitchen, sharing their collected family recipes with anyone who will attend. Just like Antojitos, VIVO features both outdoor and indoor seating, and offers lunch and dinner food for visitors to Universal Citywalk.
The Executive Chef for VIVO is Cyndi Tran, and her culinary training translates perfectly to fine Italian cuisine. Guests can look forward to these fine items:
Antojitos Cocina Mexicana and VIVO Italian Kitchen join the fine dining options already ongoing within CityWalk, including: