Mexican restaurant Pink Taco is now open for business in its second Los Angeles location located at the heart of the Sunset Strip. Led by restaurateur Harry Morton, Pink Taco Sunset Strip is set to be yet another successful destination in his restaurant portfolio, which include Pink Taco Century City and Hollywood burgerjoint Fuku Burger.
The new 12,000 square-foot venue is three-levels high and can seat 1,500 guests. In addition to the indoor space, there is also an outdoor patio that not is not only the largest one on Sunset Boulevard, but also features the brand’s first-ever Pink Taqueria, a take-out window.
As for the design of the new restaurant, CEO Harry Morton said, “I designed Pink Taco Sunset Strip to be a place with something for everyone.” – And he indeed did just that. Each level attributes itself to a different vibe. Interior details include Pink Taco’s signature pink walls, graffiti art, subway tiles from Downtown LA’s metro station, murals of Mexican traditional culture and vintage candelabras that hang from the ceiling. Morton plans to unveil the third floor this summer.
Pink Taco’s second restaurant will feature a largely expanded menu created by Executive Chef Jose Aleman, who previously worked as executive chef at the renowned BOA Steakhouse in Los Angles. The menu, created with fresh and locally grown produce, will include the signature homemade Guacamole, Traditional “Pink Tacos” from the state of Yucatan, Lobster Enchiladas and Classic Mexican Churros with Cajeta and Chocolate Sauce for dessert. Of course we cannot forget Pink Taco’s house margaritas – known as the best in Los Angles – which includes the Strawberry Margarita and Madame Butterfly made with DeLeon Diamante, fresh grapefruit juice, Jamaican jerk bitters and agave nectar topped with mint.
Pink Taco Sunset Strip is open seven days a week from 11:30am – 2am.