San Diego’s Little Italy to Host Tulum-Inspired Bar and Restaurant

SDCM restaurant group has taken over El Camino and will open the new Camino Riviera in its place.
San Diego’s Little Italy to Host Tulum-Inspired Bar and Restaurant
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The restaurant group that has brought San Diegans eateries like FIREHOUSE, Vin De Syrah, and Kettner Exchange, will open its latest venture, Camino Riviera, in San Diego later this summer.

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SDCM, owned and operated by Matthew Spencer, has taken over Little Italy’s El Camino and intends to re-open the restaurant as a new Tulum-inspired concept. The group’s Executive Chef Brian Redzikowski leads menu development at all of SDCM’s restaurants.

According to Sandiegoville, Camino Riviera will open after the indoor-outdoor space that formerly housed Mauricio Couturier and Ricardo Muller’s El Camino has gone through an extensive remodeling. Camino Riviera’s new design will be inspired by Mexico’s Riviera Maya Caribbean coastline. The rebranded eatery’s drink menu will reportedly get a once-over from a mixologist and offer an agave-based craft cocktails list.

On June 2nd, the eatery’s social media channels announced the restaurant will be “coming to Little Italy this summer,” and when they do you should expect, “award winning cuisine with a little edge.” Keep an eye on Camino Riviera’s accounts for updates.

Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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