Cafe Pacifico’s website, which showcases the UK’s first Mexican restaurant, has recently launched a brand new website to spread the #AgaveLove. The new website expands on the history of Cafe Pacifico, which introduced Mexican food and tequila to Britain in 1982.
A strong visual element tells the story of Cafe Pacifico across the new site. The new imagery showcases the culinary cuisine that awaits, the award winning margaritas and drinks, and of course the colourful cantina charm of the dining spaces. You’ll still be able to view all the menus online and reserve a table once you’ve decided which tequila you want to go with your main meal. The gallery area may help you choose your favourites.
Cafe Pacifico’s website also has a couple new features. There is a new page giving you a brief history of Cafe Pacifico, from it’s founding by Tequila Ocho co-owner Tomas Estes, to serving millions of margaritas decades later. You’ll also find information about the 1800 Tequila Coleccion Club, where if you buy a serving of this tequila you will have your name immortalized on the walls of Cafe Pacifico. You can also read about how Cafe Pacifico earned the Dinstinctivo T Award to commend their service of tequila to consumers.
But if you want to keep an eye on things, keep an eye on the new events page, where Cafe Pacifico will be able to share events happening at the restaurant, as well as where Pacifico might be popping up at other festivals and other local events.
Or perhaps you’re just wondering, “¿que pasa?” What’s happening? Check out our blog posts for updates on what’s going on with Cafe Pacifico. Be sure to look out for lots of photos, and hear about where we might have been mentioned in the press.
Co-owner of Cafe Pacifico Carlos Londono said, “it is a pleasure to present you with our new website. This has been a 6 month process that our good friend and family member Adrian Ceballos has undertaken this year. When he offered to help Cafe Pacifico we were flattered and honoured. This man clearly takes his Mexican roots seriously. He is a highly respected member of the agave family in the UK and internationally. He writes and drinks with great passion and agave love and has helped us add loads of new content that will enrich Mexican lovers with knowledge about Cafe Pacifico. We will carry on to add information about agave culture and Mexican food and drinks. We hope you enjoy our continuous work and passion for Mexico. Thank you for your support.”
So if you get a chance, take a browse through the website, explore the new pages and book yourself a table at the oldest Mexican restaurant in the United Kingdom. ¡Salud!