El Camino sits in what looks like a residential neighborhood a little off the beaten path, but is worth the short side trip. It has great atmosphere and the food was fresh, imaginative and local. I had the pork chorizo and sweet potato tacos, which were very good. The restaurant was full of locals (always a good sign) and the selection of daily specials was long and inventive. For people who like to go beyond cookie cutter restaurants, El Camino is a great choice.
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