Another One of Brampton's Most Popular Restaurants is Closing
A restaurant that has been a staple in Brampton’s downtown core for a few years now is shutting its doors for good very, very soon.
After Sul Irmaos closed its doors just a few weeks ago, now, another one of downtown Brampton’s most popular hotspots is closing its doors — La Catrina.
La Catrina has been around for about four years in the heart of downtown Brampton near Main and Queen. Restaurant operators recently confirmed that the Mexican hotspot will indeed be closing before the New Year.
La Catrina is family owned (it uses recipes from "La Abuela" - grandmother's recipes) and brings true, authentic flavour that captures the essence of hot, hot, Mexico. Chef Eddie Bachur and his team provide a wide selection of authentic good eats from tacos to cerviche and burritos and house-made mole dishes.
And if you're staying for dessert (which we know you will) you will have to try the churros (fried dough pastry dusted with sugar and cinnamon) or a favourite amongst the InBrampton team — the Pastel De Tres Leches (a vanilla sponge cake soaked in three milks filled with peach).
You’ll want to head over today or tomorrow to get your final fix.
La Catrina officially closes on Saturday December 30, 2017 (they will still be open for business that day).
35 Queen St. W
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