During this colourful celebration, El Camino on King St will be dropping new flavours of its mind-blowing frozen margaritas: Devil Chilli (a mix of watermelon, chilli and chilli salt), Walking Dead (passionfruit), Ghost Drop (blueberry), and Poison Apple (sour apple).
All new flavours are served Cadillac-style, with a smooth rich float of Grand Marnier on top, and in two sizes 15oz, $20 and 24oz, $24. Margarita tasting paddles of four, 220ml flavours of choice ($30) will also be available.
Dial up the daily Dias de los Muertos rituals with:
Terror Tuesdays: new Cadillac taco flavours, including chorizo, feta, mango salsa, jalapenos, feta and coriander; tempura prawn, habanero salsa, guacamole and coriander; and popcorn chicken, shredded iceberg, pico de gallo, chipotle aioli and chives
Wicked Wednesdays: wing roulette – a basket of buffalo wings includes one that is laced in ‘Facemelter’ hot sauce. Also, available are limited-edition habanero and teriyaki sauces
Troublesome Thursdays: $20 fajita and margarita combination
Freaky Friday, Sinful Saturday and Spooky Sunday
DJs will entertain every Sinful Saturday. And on Saturday, 31 October, DJs and Halloween themes will be the backdrop when guests are encouraged to make their El Camino Cantina pilgrimage in costume. To add to the fun, staff will go all-out ghoulish with Day of the Dead face paint.
A two-hour Deluxe Day of the Dead fiesta package ($89 per person), will be available on King St Tuesday, 20 October to Saturday, 7 November. This deadly deluxe (but good) feast includes tortilla chips and salsa, buffalo wings with blue cheese mayo and guacamole for entrée; chargrilled chicken fajitas served with all the Tex-Mex trimmings; and churros with chocolate and caramel sauce. The package also includes two hours of Cadillac-style margaritas served frozen and on the rocks, house beer and wine, and soft drinks. Guests who indulge in the package receive a Trick or Treat gift bag.
Bookings essential at El Camino on King St.Published 1 October 2020