Mexican eatery opens

If you’ve ever tasted Mexican Night at the Tamarind Inn, then you know that Craig and Suzanne know how to cook.  Now, they’ve decided to try their hands at tacos and tortillas full time by moving into the Paradise Cafe at the Wharfside Village shopping center. 

Craig’s not a newcomer to the island restaurant business.  His background includes at Cafe Roma and La Tapa.

A Deputy of the  Inquiring Iguana
reports the new Paradise is open seven days a week, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
“I've gotten a couple meals there and it is really good!,” said the Deputy. “And pretty cheap, too.  It is more authentic Mexican, not Americanized Mexican.

Paradise's previous owners pushed smoothies, frozen yogurt and wrap sandwiches.

2 thoughts on “Mexican eatery opens”

  1. We tried the new Paradise Cafe last week. He said it will be called “The Surly Cantina”. It was pretty good and didn’t break the bank for a quick lunch. We just had some tacos. Looked like they were getting a good bit of business from the locals. We wish them luck.

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