Mexicue, a speedy-casual Mexican eatery, will open Tuesday at 4733 Elm St. in downtown Bethesda, according to the cafe chain’s web site and social media.
“Coming in hot on Tuesday: the latest MEXiCUE locale, in Bethesda,” the restaurant posted June 3 on Instagram. “We know you’ve been waiting around patiently, and we just cannot hold out to open our doors and provide you all the tacos and margs you can handle…!
Staff members at the chain’s locale on 14th Street in Washington, D.C., verified Saturday that the Bethesda restaurant would open up in the coming 7 days, but could not verify the Tuesday opening.
The cafe chain, based in New York City, normally takes above the space formerly housing Gusto Farm to Road. The MoCo Show initially described the news of the Tuesday opening.
Mexicue founder Thomas Kelly started the business a lot more than a 10 years ago as a foods truck providing objects these types of as barbecue beets and smoked small rib tacos, in accordance to the chain’s internet site. Mexicue has due to the fact develop into a brick-and-mortar chain with various areas, such as 3 in New York Metropolis.
Mexicue’s menu includes a wide variety of tacos and burritos. The tacos are priced from $7.50 to $11.75 and feature distinctive sorts of chicken, fish, seafood, barbecue and vegetable mash-ups. Burritos are priced from $10.75 to $12.75 and include the “jamburrito” (rooster, chorizo, beans, cheese), smokey chicken and roasted vegetable types, amid other people.
Mexicue features beer and wine and attributes a cocktail menu with charges beginning at $14. There is also a brunch menu for weekends that characteristics alcoholic beverages for $7.50 and entrees these as cornbread French toast, huevos rancheros and a breakfast burrito.
According to the chain’s website, the Bethesda place will be open up from midday to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, noon to 11 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. Brunch will be offered 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.