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CIVR Blog: Maggie’s Blue Rose Catalina Island

18 Aug 14 Sherri Cline
7:56 pm
Crab and corn empanadas at Maggie's Blue Rose

Crab and corn empanadas at Maggie’s Blue Rose

Catalina Island’s newest dining experience brings together Avalon’s Hispanic heritage and its most successful restaurateurs. Maggie’s Blue Rose opened to rave reviews this spring and has been pleasing palates ever since. The latest project from the successful duo behind Steve’s Steakhouse, Maggie’s Blue Rose offers diners both a fresh take on Mexican culinary classics as well as a contemporary spin on margaritas.

Shortly after Maggie’s opened it took the Taste of Avalon by storm, winning awards for pork adobo with pineapple salsa, avocado enchiladas and mole braised duck taquitos. Since then, it has also been thrilling the over-21 crowd with its refreshing take on margaritas. You won’t want to miss the tamarindo or the cucumber and jalapeno.

Located just across from the green Pleasure Pier below Steve’s Steakhouse, Maggie’s Blue Rose offers al fresco dining, indoor seating and expansive bar seating.  Opening at 8 a.m. Maggie’s offers favorites like huevos rancheros, breakfast burritos and chorizo and eggs. Lunch brings options such as crab and corn empanadas, street tacos and watermelon salad with spiced shrimp. Beginning at 5 p.m., Maggie’s offers new Catalina classics including lobster enchiladas, street tacos with the freshest local fish and grilled anchiote skirt steak.  For more information call (310) 510-3300 or visit their website.

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