The Egoavil-Anguiano family is opening another restaurant in Bucks County, PA. With highly successful restaurants Quinoa in Doylestown, and El Tule in Lambertville, they are again upping the Latin cuisine game in Bucks County.
The Latin Pot, a new restaurant opening at 161 N Main Street, Dublin, PA, will bring even more Latin cuisine representation, including Colombian, Venezuelan, and Brazilian dishes, to Bucks County.
Dublin, PA, is a small borough between Doylestown and Quakertown.
The family gutted and completely rebuilt a former laundromat/tanning salon into a new intimate dining space where Central and South American cuisines will shine.
“There is nothing like this in the area,” Jack Egoavil confided in Philly Grub, speaking on behalf of the family.
His sister Michelle Egoavil and brother-in-law, Said Anguiano, will run the daily operations of The Latin Pot.
El Tule is Jack’s main restaurant, while his sister Silvia manages Quinoa in Doylestown, and his cousins run Lima Fusion in New Hope.
With The Latin Pot, they hope to break more barriers by introducing Bucks County residents to even more Latin foods.
The restaurant offers an intimate dine-in experience for 30-40 people and has an open-kitchen concept with a counter area looking into the kitchen. Customers can watch as their food is prepared.
In addition to dining in, The Latin Pot will also offer cooking classes. This unique experience allows customers to learn how to prepare and enjoy Latin cuisine at home.
The Latin Pot is the next evolution of diverse dining in Bucks County.
“We believe the restaurant will do great, as the area is developing with more businesses opening,” Egoavil said. “Change and evolution is a good thing.”
More details — such as the opening date — when it becomes available.
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