Being featured on Travel Channel is a privilege because it is the world’s leading travel media and is seen in about 96 million homes. The Channel is designed to help people experience great storytelling from authentic people. People who watch these programs are able to truly connect and experience amazing moments.
There are so many things to watch that you can truly get ideas that are worth exploring. From what you might think of as silly ideas to great travel tips, it is a must channel to watch. To say you get maximum exposure when you’re featured on the Travel Channel is an understatement. Where else could you get seen in as many as 96 million homes?
El Indio gets featured on programs like this due to their 70+ year history in providing San Diego with authentic Mexican food. Visitors from around the world come here because they’ve heard about El Indio from others or they’ve seen reviews from a variety of directories. People remember coming here when they were children and now they bring their children whenever they come to San Diego on vacation.
For years El Indio has provided care packages of food to troops serving in wars from Vietnam to Iraq and Afghanistan. They also get requests from politicians in Washington to send care packages to them. I’d say that’s worldwide exposure. Even today they get requests on their Facebook page asking how to order food from the restaurant.
The founder, Ralph Pesqueira Sr., was the first to invent the Taquito and the first to invent a machine that could make tortillas so that he could increase production from 30 dozen tortillas per day to 30 dozen tortillas per hour. He was able to do this without sacrificing quality or authenticity.
From a simple beginning as a tortilla factory in 1940 to the opening as a restaurant in 1945, El Indio has become known worldwide as the best Mexican restaurant in San Diego.
El Indio is also widely known for their catering. They can cater any size party from wedding receptions to graduations. They even catered the first inauguration of The Honorable Pete Wilson for Governor.
Of course to truly experience El Indio, you have to come here and check it out. You can visit their website at el-indio.com or to check out the Travel Channel video, click here: http://www.travelchannel.com/