A Cheeto King Restaurant in Your Neighborhood
If you’re hungry but don’t want to spend a fortune, try a cheeto king restaurant in your neighborhood. They serve Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, elotes, and Mexican street food. The SVRC Marketplace location is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesday through Saturday. The restaurant is open to the public and will hold a grand opening celebration in July.
Mac’d in Marina’s favorite topping is the Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Before settling on the smoked hot Cheetos, the restaurant owners tried several flavors. These Cheetos are baked with ghost-pepper cream, which gives them a smokey flavor. They are also great with a cool ranch spread. This restaurant is a great place to spend a rainy afternoon.
Pop-up concepts were inspired by trends in consumer behavior, social listening, and other related topics. Flamin’ Hot Cheetos were featured in a New York City pop-up restaurant last year. The event attracted over 500 people and sold out in less than two hours. The brand is a favorite with millenials and millennials, so a pop-up restaurant showcasing the new snack could have great success.