Local favorite Pincho Factory recently opened its second location in the heart of Coral Gables. With chalkboard painted walls, reclaimed wood tables and an inviting atmosphere, the restaurant has quickly been embraced by its new neighborhood. Chat Chow TV sat down with Pincho Factory owner Nedal Ahmad and learned more about the restaurant specialities and the inspirations for the menu.
The restaurant gets its name from the skewers –- or “pinchos” -– that are prominently featured on the menu. Guests can customize them to their liking opting for steak, chicken or shrimp, served in either a salad, rice bowl or pita, with an assortment of sauces and toppings.
While pinchos are the namesake, what has really made the restaurant a dining destination is its over-the-top burgers such as its Toston Burger, which was recently featured on Travel Channel’s “Burgerland,” and its Pastelito Burger. The menu also features a selection of weekly food special depending on Ahmed’s mood.
“The chalkboard specials usually reflect what I’m craving that week,” said Ahmed with a laugh. “Occasionally it’ll have something to do with the season, but usually its revolving around my cravings.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner daily, until 1 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, and even features a decadent brunch on Sundays serving up items such as Red Velvet Pancakes and Banana Bread French Toast.
Hungry yet? Find out all about these drool-worthy dishes and more in the video above.
Originally posted on ChatChow.tv.