About Mariscos 1133 //
Is a Latin seafood restaurant by sibling chef duo Alfredo and Jessica Solis.
Mariscos (“seafood” in Spanish) 1133 celebrates the grandeur of Latin seafood cuisine. Lauded chefs Alfredo and Jessica Solis were inspired by their Mexico City upbringing and their favorite dishes from their travels though Latin America and Latin communities. The result is a robust menu offering featuring traditional Latin food preparations, nods to the Caribbean and dishes influenced by Latin communities across the Americas.
The culinary world is reinventing itself. These trends are framed within a context in which gastronomy is not only about preparing food, but also involves the construction of social and cultural proposals.
Preparing meals with fresh ingredients may take a little more time than using processed ingredients, but doing so contributes to our health.
Protein food, brought from the sea to the table, fresh and full of flavor, will accompany you in your daily menu.
A Fresh Approach to Food //
The freshness of seafood is the most important thing, cooking and seasoning it is our specialty, we do it with love to delight your palate.
What We’re Known For //
Mariscos Duo a la Diabla
Grilled Octopus, Grilled Scallops, Rice, Rapini.
Lobster Puerto Nuevo Style
charro beans, rice, tortillas, chipotle butter saucea
*Ceviche Vuelve a la Vida
octopus, shrimp, lobster, crab meat, oysters, spicy sangrita
Spirited Drinks by Scott Clime
Beverage industry veteran Scott Clime showcases an extensive list of wines from Spain and South America, fresh juices, and traditional cocktails featuring mezcal that are delicious every time.
Full cocktail, beer, non-alcoholic, wine, tequila, and mezcal lists are below.