E•'lo•te To Bring Mexican Street Corn To Old Town San Diego

December 9, 2021

Mexican street corn will be on the menu when E•’lo•te restaurant launches its third location in San Diego's Old Town early next year. 

Genaro Rodriguez and Marie Aldebert launched  E•'lo•te as a quaint, roadside food stand in San Diego's North County area of Valley Center in 2016. Earlier this year, a second, larger location opened in Escondido, CA. 

E•’lo•te has signed on to join the growing lineup of food vendors at Old Town Urban Market, which is currently in its soft opening stage with only the onsite bar and Tuetano Taqueria operational. The new food all should be full open in January 2022, with current culinary tenants including Barrio Donas: The Missing Hole and Por Vida coffee house, as well as two other concepts from the Tuetano team - a second Mujer Divina coffee house similar to the National City location and a new Baja-inspired seafood eatery called Mar Rustica. E•’lo•te will serve a menu of fresh roasted corn elote (corn covered in crema, Mexican spices, lime, and Cotija cheese), available on a stick and in a cup, as well as frequently-changing flavors of agua fresca.  

E•’lo•te will open in early 2022 at 2548 Congress Street in San Diego's Old Town. For more information, visit eloterestaurants.com.