Venue Info

This Highland eatery is dedicated to remaining an unaltered community space in the heart of a neighborhood that is getting hipper by the second. Purchased in the 90's, El Camino is a popular mainstay for Denver natives and tourists alike -- the exposed brick, tables crafted of recycled rail-car wood, and complete menu are all composed of local elements, holding true to the tavern's community-oriented manifesto. It serves fantastically fresh classic Mexican dishes -- infamously good guac, enchiladas, and tacos al pastor -- along with a brunch menu filled with churros, dios mio (french toast topped with plantains, eggs and bacon), huevos rancheros with handmade corn tortillas, and plenty of extra spicy Bloody Marys. Between the extensive all-day menus, the weekend tequila tastings, and the fully stocked bar, El Camino is in no danger of losing its Highland acclaim.

Interior at El Camino
Denver

El Camino

This Highland eatery is dedicated to remaining an unaltered community space in the heart of a neighborhood that is getting hipper by the second. Purchased in the 90's, El Camino is a popular mainstay for Denver natives and tourists alike -- the exposed brick, tables crafted of recycled rail-car wood, and complete menu are all composed of local elements, holding true to the tavern's community-oriented manifesto. It serves fantastically fresh classic Mexican dishes -- infamously good guac, enchiladas, and tacos al pastor -- along with a brunch menu filled with churros, dios mio (french toast topped with plantains, eggs and bacon), huevos rancheros with handmade corn tortillas, and plenty of extra spicy Bloody Marys. Between the extensive all-day menus, the weekend tequila tastings, and the fully stocked bar, El Camino is in no danger of losing its Highland acclaim.