Chapo Mountain Resort, a tourist destination on the Baja California Peninsula in Baja, Mexico, is set to open its first bar and grill restaurant this year.
The resort is expected to open this year on January 2, 2018.
The restaurant will feature a full bar and a patio that overlooks the water.
A sign will display the resort’s location in the town of Chapo Valley, a town of about 200 people about 100 miles (161 kilometers) northwest of the resort.
The chain, which began in 2009 and is owned by a Mexican chain, will serve drinks from the outdoor bar and offer a variety of appetizers, salads and entrees, including seafood tacos.
The chain’s main restaurant, which opened in 2013, has since moved to its current location on the resort grounds.
The menu at Chapo will feature more traditional Mexican fare, such as tacos and tacos de guacamole, as well as more recent trends such as Mexican hotdogs and burritos.
The bar is expected come with an upscale vibe, with high-end, imported cocktails, including a rum-based concoction.
Chapo has a history of serving local, quality Mexican food and spirits.
The resort was named in honor of Mexican founder, and current governor, Chicharito, who was assassinated in 2006.