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Mojo Grill is a must-visit restaurant in Ocala

The Mojo Grill and Catering Company, which has multiple locations throughout Marion, Lake and Sumter counties, is a must-visit restaurant in Ocala.

Both of the company’s Ocala locations on East Silver Springs Boulevard and 17th Street are inviting and filled with soulfully and musically inclined decorations.

At each location, a full drum set is mounted upside down to the ceiling, and the walls are covered with blue paint, musical memorabilia and general flare.

Even more eclectic than the decorations is the menu at Mojo’s. There is an emphasis on Hispanic favorites, including roasted pork and empanadas, but the menu also features a variety of American, Caribbean and Cajun flavors.

Empanadas, rice, beans, and sweet plantains.

Mojo Grill offers over 20 different types of wing sauces
Mojo Grill offers over 20 different types of wing sauces.

Tacos and quesadillas come with a variety of options
Tacos and quesadillas come with a variety of options.

Shrimp and grits is one of the staple items at Mojo Grill
Shrimp and grits is one of the staple items at Mojo Grill.

From shrimp and grits to different types of tacos, all of the dishes at Mojo’s are flavorful, distinct and prepared fresh to order. The restaurant also offers sandwiches, quesadillas, and has a wing menu that features over 20 different sauces.

Mojo Grill’s other two locations, in Belleview and Leesburg, are similar in their decor and menu to their Ocala sister restaurants. They are located at 4496 Southeast 100 Place Road and 9925 NW U.S. Hwy. 441.

All of the restaurants are open Sunday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., staying open on Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m.

For more information or to read the restaurant’s menu, visit the Mojo Grill website.

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