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Ceviches, Coctels y Camarones: Karina's Mexican Seafood Debuts Downtown

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Sinaloan-style seafood dishes are now available in spades at Karina's Mexican Seafood, opening downtown today at the corner of 10th and B (925 B Street).

This is the eighth restaurant from the local, family-run Karina's Group, which launched La Tequila earlier this year; their new 4,500-square-foot space, which seats over 100, has similar features, including private tequila lockers and a colorful bar, lounge and dining area by partner David Curiel, who incorporated custom murals into his design.

Open for lunch and dinner daily, Karina's menu is extensive, ranging from every variety of ceviche to seafood cocktails, soups, tacos and seafood or surf and turf entrees.

Karina's Mexican Seafood

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