Temazcal Tequila Cantina MarketStreet to Debut Trendy Outdoor Patio




Temazcal Tequila Cantina’s newest location at MarketStreet Lynnfield will open the doors to its beautiful and lively outdoor patio for the first time in April. The antique charm and modern design of the patio are consistent with the popular interior restaurant, and will offer the North Shore an outdoor, city-like dining experience unlike any other in the area, without the drive.

Incorporating natural materials like reclaimed wood, steel, wrought iron and brass give a rustic, yet romantic feel to the restaurant and the patio is a lovely extension of this. Decorated with imported Spanish furnishings and punctuated with a cozy fire pit, surrounded by futon couches, diners can choose from a range of outdoor seating options. In the event the fire pit isn’t enough to warm diners during chillier evenings, Temazcal’ s patio is heated to insure the utmost comfort for its guests. Several flat screen TVs and overhead lighting provide the same indoor amenities for those dining al fresco.

Taking upscale Mexican cuisine a step further, Temazcal offers traditional and modern Mexican cuisine and an unparalleled tequila bar. Using only the finest, freshest ingredients, authentic recipes, and housing over 250 tequilas, Temazcal offers an urban, contemporary vibe with a proven formula for success. The Lynnfield location is the second to open in Massachusetts, and is located at 500 Market Street. The restaurant is open daily for lunch, dinner and cocktails. For more information, please visit, temazcalcantina.com.

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