Baltimore Restaurant Rides the Wave…Big Kahuna Cantina Surfs Baltimore's Inner Harbor Capital Restaurant Concepts Creates Another Success in Baltimore

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Capital Restaurant Concepts Creates Another Success in Baltimore A new concept by Washington, DC based Capital Restaurant Concepts is headlined in Baltimore's Harborplace Light Street Pavilion. Replacing Paolo's, adjacent to their J. Paul's venue, both of Capital Restaurant Concepts six restaurant types, the Big Kahuna Cantina is slated to open April 2. Big Kahuna Cantina is a new concept to the region, the East Coast and probably the world. Described as a mixture of mythology and surf culture, Big Kahuna Cantina morphs the cultural phenomenon of Mexonesia-a combination of Mexican and Polynesian backgrounds.

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A new concept by Washington, DC based Capital Restaurant Concepts is headlined in Baltimore's Harborplace Light Street Pavilion. Replacing Paolo's, adjacent to their J. Paul's venue, both of Capital Restaurant Concepts six restaurant types, the Big Kahuna Cantina- http://www.BigKahunaCantina.com -- is slated to open April 2. Big Kahuna Cantina is a new concept to the region, the East Coast and probably the world. Described as a mixture of mythology and surf culture, Big Kahuna Cantina morphs the cultural phenomenon of Mexonesia -- a combination of Mexican and Polynesian backgrounds.

"From ten foot tiki's ruling the roost with their ominous gaze, to a seven foot shark staking his claim over the bar, to classic long boards retired from their last wave, Big Kahuna Cantina is a completely new concept for Baltimore, if not the East Coast. We are a mixture of surf and spice," explains Kevin Callaway, Chief Operating Officer for Capital Restaurant Concepts.

The restaurant will host a dramatic tequila and nacho bar with house made salsas, table side guacamole and pollo, pork, beef and seafood tacos and Surfajitas. Patrons are encouraged to "relax the Mexonesian way" continues Callaway, the brainpower behind the novel restaurant. "We wanted to create something completely new that encourages locals and tourists alike to come down and surf the Inner Harbor. We are a fun, family and couples destination to eat, drink and recline."

Capital Restaurant Concepts, Ltd. (http://www.capitalrestaurants.com) is the premier restaurant group in the Washington D.C./Northern Virginia/Baltimore metropolitan area. Located, since 1982, in historic Georgetown, the independently owned company operates 11 high volume restaurants of 7 different concepts, from both full-service to quick-service. In 2003, Capital Restaurants Catering was launched. Creativity and diversity are hallmarks of Capital Restaurant Concepts. High profile locations, exhibition kitchens, exceptional food prepared by professionally trained chefs, genuine and caring service which is theatrical in style and focused on every detail -- all of this with great value, make Capital Restaurant Concepts, Ltd. a major force in the restaurant industry.

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