Ceviche Bar Owner opens second location


Have you ever sat around the house knowing that you are hungry, so you keep going back to the fridge only to notice that every time you open the door, it’s the same exact thing in there? Meanwhile in the back of your mind you know that eventually, you are going to either pick something up or dine-in, but you just can’t decide if it’s going to be the same fast food restaurant that is down the street from your house or the exact same restaurant you have been to the last ten times you decided to go out to eat. Don’t lie, I know you have been there, we all have.

Luckily for us, Hemet and San Jacinto are both starting to grow with various “Mom ‘n’
Pop” restaurant/eateries opening around town that all offer a very diverse assortment of food and drinks. A very popular spot in San Jacinto, “Los Mareados Ceviche Bar” has decided to branch out and open another restaurant in downtown Hemet (138 N Harvard Street, Hemet, Ca, 92543) to help fight off your hunger. Don’t know what ceviche is? Don’t worry; I have you covered.

Ceviche is a seafood dish originating in Peru typically made from fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices, such as lemon or lime, and spiced with ají, chili peppers or other seasonings including chopped onions, salt, and cilantro. Over the years, many different families have altered and perfected the recipe to ceviche, so no two families recipes taste the same. There are spicy versions of it, sweeter versions, and some that are rich in citrus flavors.

On the grand opening of the second restaurant, the owners had their son cut the ribbon a beautiful display of the bond their family shares and how this is a family business. The owners want everyone to know that this is a family-oriented restaurant, and all are welcome to enjoy great food in an environment that is safe for everyone to come hang out.

They have over 20 different ceviche dishes, oysters, cocktails, specialty dishes, and other various Mexican food dishes. They do offer chicken tenders for the kids in case ceviche is not their thing. The full experience is topped off with a Dj/Karaoke machine, T.v.’s, fresh beer, great vibes, coke soda fountain, and excellent staff. They even have two different party tray options to take home and serve at your various events.

So next time you’re sitting there thinking, “What am I going to eat tonight?” and you know the fridge doesn’t have the answer for you. Stop going to the same place you always go, step out of your comfort zone, go try something new, and support some local business owners.


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