Cielo Rojo Opens in Takoma Park

by MCS Staff
About a year after it was announced that they’d be taking over the old Subway location, Cielo Rojo has opened in Takoma Park. Cielo Rojo is a family owned “fine-casual” Mexican restaurant in the heart of Takoma Park. Owners David Perez and Carolina McCandless first met in 2012 at Gracias Madre, a vegan Mexican restaurant in San Francisco. McCandless has ties to the area, as she’s from Takoma Park and her parents own nearby Amano.

From the Old Takoma Business Association: “Cielo Rojo is now open now at 7056 Carroll Avenue, Takoma Park. This new family-owned, fine-casual Mexican restaurant serves traditional cuisine including tacos, enchiladas, pozole, gorditas, carnitas, salsas, moles and more. Tortillas are handmade in-house, grinding their heirloom corn that comes from Oaxaca, Mexico. There is a carefully crafted tequila and mezcal menu and cocktails.”

The restaurant is open 5pm-10pm daily and you can check out their still developing menu here.


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