Fuego Cocina y Tequileria is just one of those places that quickly becomes everyone’s regular happy hour/weekend spot. The space has such a cool (hot?) vibe to it that’s visible throughout, largely due to the recurring red accents that you can see in the above photos. The architecture of the restaurant is really awesome as well, complete with wooden clad focal walls, unique tiling, and iron plated fireplaces.
The main thing that I appreciate about Fuego (aside from the awesome variety of tacos that I’ve had the pleasure of eating) is the attention to a cohesive brand. You can see the “Tequileria” signage in the last photo above, and there is an identical wall on the second floor (not pictured) that says “Cocina”; both tying directly back into the name of the restaurant. Also, the floral design pictured in the environment is reflected in the design of the menus and other collateral pieces. Diggin’ it.