El Balcon Featured on TERRANOVA
- Written by Terranova Corporation
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA –July, 26 2013 –Terranova Corporation is pleased to announce it has signed a deal with El Balcón de las Américas, a fast-growing local restaurant chain that bring its unique and mouthwatering Colombian food menu to Westfork Plaza in Pembroke Pines, FL.
TEl Balcón de las Américas signed a deal for 2,335 square feet in WestforkPlaza, at 15825 Pines Blvd., where it is projected to open its sixth SouthFlorida location by January 2014.
Terranova Commercial Associate Juan Franco represented the landlord inthe six-year deal. “El Balcón’s popularity has really grown through word ofmouth, and we expect that will continue with the new clientele they willservice in Westfork,” Franco said.
El Balcón de las Américas -- which translates into America’s Balcony -- beganwith a single location in Coral Springs more than 10 years ago. As word of ElBalcón’s mouthwatering dishes of authentic Colombian food spread, therestaurant began to draw from beyond Coral Springs. Today, El Balcón de las Américashas four more locations in Broward County, including Westfork Plaza, andrecently-opened its first location in Palm Beach County, as well. In additionto typical Colombian meats, soups and appetizers, the restaurant’s menu includeslighter fare and modern crowd pleasers such as grilled salmon salad and grilledchicken salad.
In Westfork Plaza, El Balcón delas Américas will join a tenant line-up that includes Office Max, Regal MovieTheaters and Navarro Discount Pharmacy, along with a set of restaurants thatinclude Wasabi Sushi, Las Vegas Cuban Cuisine and Fajita Grill.
Comfort Foods Colombian Style
- Written by Dr. Sabrina Segal
Americans eat macaroni and cheese, meatloaf with mashed potatoes, and chicken noodle soup to evoke nostalgic childhood memories. El Balcon de las Americas is not your June Cleaver dinner, but it certain rivals American comfort food.
I remember this building as the Greek diner so many years ago. While it’s still pretty much the same setup physically, the clientele is not here for early bird specials and the muzac has been replaced with a Latin beat. The red and white checked tablecloths add color to an earthy tan interior and huge windows encompass the front and back of the building, making the restaurant feel connected with the outdoors. Read Full Article at www.margatenews.net