Owners Bryan Love and Mia Prieto explained that the Paleolithic diet (Paleo diet for short) is based on the idea of eating like our ancient ancestors presumably ate. Often referred to as “the caveman diet,” those who follow this way of eating today consume fish, grass-fed meats, eggs, vegetables, fruit, fungi, roots, and nuts, but avoid refined sugar & salt, grains, potatoes, dairy, legumes and processed oils.
The best part for those who choose to follow the Paleo diet or just try one of Caramba Café’s paleo menu items is that the dishes are flavorful and filling. You certainly won’t feel like you are missing anything!
If the paleo way isn’t for you, Caramba Café offers a multitude of non-paleo items like burritos, tacos and enchiladas – not to mention the margaritas and cheese dip that keep their regulars coming back time and time again.
Watch the video and head over to Caramba to try one of their delicious, authentic Mexican dishes for yourself. In addition to the tasty food, the atmosphere is always fun and upbeat – a great place to celebrate a special occasion or just wrap up a long day. Take a look at all the photos on their Facebook page to see for yourself.
Caramba Café is located at 349-E Decatur St. at the Pencil Factory Flats & Shops. They are open for lunch and dinner Tuesday-Friday and dinner on Saturday. Diners can park for free in the Pencil Factory lot.