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El Palacio Do Los Jugos Coming To Estefan-Owned Building In South Beach

El Palacio de los Jugos is proposing to open a branch location in South Beach.

The restaurant is planned at 555 Jefferson Avenue, in a building owned by Estefan Enterprises.

Miami Beach’s Historic Preservation Board will review a plan to renovate and add supergraphics to the building at a meeting next month.

 

 

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Nice! I hope they bring the chicharones! desperately needed on the beach by the way is to have this type of food. If they had a better location they might make more money but this is going to be a tough location for them in my opinion, kind of off the beaten path. Their best bet would be to capture some of the late night drunk food crowd. this location would only cater to the people nearby but not tourists and not many locals from outside the immediate area as it is not really a well traveled location.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Ya tu sabes!…love them chicharones y jugito de guarapo. ufff!.

marc
marc

Their food is delicious and servings yuge. I go to the 16th street one, very clean.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yeah but the food is too repetitive. No creativity.
I mean, aren’t you curious to try something different than greasy croqueticas full of bread fillers and pastelitos de guayaba???
Please people expand your culinary scopes

marc
marc

It’s not the only place I eat at.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I agree. I wish their breakfast would serve eggs with something different than ham and bacon together. Do they know what red peppers, onions, spinach, chorizo, tomatoes, are?

miami1
miami1

The food is ok, but the color scheme they use on their restaurants is atrocious…

Rod
Rod

I agree, it might be time for a slight rebranding. I congratulate their success though, they’ve been around a long time.

Anonymous
Anonymous

You actually think like me. I don’t think that color scheme would decorate the worst fruteria/restaurant in Honduras or Haiti. Who is their branding advisor/stylist???
Only in Miami

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hopefully they can throw a nice, colorful mural in there to capture the spirit of SoBe. That orange and yellow is anything but Miami…

Planner
Planner

with their obvious poor taste in architecture and design, the idea of super graphics does not bode well. Hopefully the Board and staff can rein them in. But I do love the place, and always bring out of town guests there. Still, I think I will continue to go to the SW location, as it is more authentic.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Gross color scheme.

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