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Camino Restaurant in Oakland, CA
Los Panchos Restaurant Danville
480 San Ramon Valley Blvd, Danville, CA, 94526
1.4 Caminos Restaurant
3800 San Leandro St
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3917 Grand Ave
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This (noisy) little treasure is most welcome to the Oakland neighborhood! Utilizing a former furniture store (how many of those are left nowadays?), the owners built out a handsome restaurant that is constantly filled to capacity. Hope that your table's not available so that you can sit/stand in the bar area and splurge on one of their very well designed cocktails. The drinks' flavors are subtle and won't offend your palate for the upcoming dinner (unlike so many other restaurants' offerings - like the way-overrated Cyrus (see my scathing (among others) review!). Once you are seated (choose one of those small prayer chairs rather than the incredibly uncomfortable pews (hello - padding needed!), you will be greeted by their very calm, kind staff. They first offer you a choice of sparkling or still water (at no charge for either) - we like to have one of each. Then the fun starts ... their bread is FANTASTIC! And don't skimp on the delicious butter! Now to the menu ... there are generally four selections in each category. The descriptions are extremely limited but rest assured that whatever you choose will be memorable - in a good way! If goat is on the menu, get it! If a salad with tomatoes is on the menu, get it! If polenta is on the menu, get it! And if duck is on the menu, get 2 for yourself! There are lots of unusual pairings of foods and things like nettle soup that may put you off at first but you should try them cause they are great! And don't pass up the desserts! And the cost is really fair. I recently had dinner (yummie duck) and the whole thing cost me $50 (that includes an $11 cocktail). I hate to say it cause I don't want to face the possibility of not being able to get in, but get thee to Camino!
3.Camino Corner Restaurant
110 S El Camino Real
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4.Camino Corner Restaurant
110 El Camino Real
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5.Taqueria Camino Real
15568 Hesperian Blvd
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6.Tacos El Camino
2627 El Camino Real
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7.El Camino Real
37667 Niles Blvd
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DON'T COME HERE If you don't speak spanish...because there is no english anywhere in the bar...even the jukebox has only mexican tunes. Also, there is no hard liquor here, or beer on tap. They only sell beer in bottles, so that is odd. Plus, the one beer was $3.50, which seemed to be a ripoff considering this is a craphole. The place is long and narrow, has a big screen TV showing soccer games. I had my one drink and left.
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