The long-awaited reopening of this Reynoldstown California-casual eatery is finally here. Muchacho, it's nice to re-meet you.
Classic Muchacho stripes and other groovy ’70s motifs adorn the space.
When Electric Hospitality bowed Muchacho (@muchachoatl) and Golden Eagle in 2017, the response was overwhelming, with ATL proving to have a huge demand for Muchacho’s approachable and delicious California cuisine. A few years later, the pandemic forced Electric Hospitality to close Golden Eagle, allowing it to expand Muchacho into the former Golden Eagle space. The result? Fresh, lively California-cool design combined with additional seating and menu offerings. The menu draws inspiration from the Golden State, bringing approachable Southern California cuisine (think street tacos) matched with design inspiration from ’70s, ’80s and ’90s California surf and film culture into the neighborhood favorite. Electric Hospitality and Jessica Davis of Atelier Davis achieved a retro vibe through sourcing vintage furniture, lighting, art, collectibles and tchotchkes. Davis leaned heavily into ’70s motifs and patterns through classic Muchacho stripes interspersed throughout the space. Between its craveable, nostalgic dishes and its groovy, tongue-in-cheek design, Muchacho is the totally tubular noshery the BeltLine has been waiting for.