Guac and Roll! The former Playboy playmate and Tony Hawk team up to open a Mexican restaurant in Newport Beach — and the skateboarding legend dusts off his board to wow you at the opening
- Former Playboy playmate Nicole Dahm Kelly who was part of the famous Dahm Triplets has teamed up with the legendary skateboarder to open the restaurant.
- GuacAmigos officially opened Saturday as the 50-year-old skateboarding champion performed tricks during a skate show outside the restaurant.
- The menu focuses on fresh, local seafood with a spicy twist, and to drink there are hand-crafted margaritas, local beer, and premium-grade tequila.
- Pictures of Hawke enjoying some delicious treats have been shared on Instagram
Skateboard legend Tony Hawk created some impressive moves at the opening of a new Mexican restaurant in Newport Beach, Calif., on Saturday.
GuacAmigos officially opened with the 50-year-old skateboarding champion wowing crowds with a variety of tricks during a skate-out show on the West Pacific Coast Hwy.
Former Playboy Playmate Nicole Dahm Kelly who was part of the famous Dahm Triplets, has teamed up with the legendary skateboarder to open the restaurant. Kelly is the sister-in-law of Dr. Phil’s son Jay McGraw.
The menu focuses on fresh, local seafood with a spicy twist, and to drink there are hand-crafted margaritas, local beer, and premium-grade tequila.
Pictures of Hawke enjoying some delicious fare were shared on Instagram and he was seen drinking a $20 cocktail called “The Birdman” which is featured on the menu as “Tony’s Choice.”
Hook is seen above enjoying some lunch at the restaurant and drinking a cocktail called “The Birdman” which is marked on the menu as “Tony’s Choice”
Hawk shared this snapshot on his Instagram from the opening and thanked everyone who attended
Nicole Dahm Kelly took to Instagram to share the above photo from the opening and captioned her surprise “cheers.”
Kelly, a former Playboy playmate who was part of the famous Dahm Triplets, has teamed up with the legendary skateboarder to open the restaurant. Seen above left with sisters Erica and Jacqueline in a 2002 photo
The Birdman is an old fashioned made with blended Japanese whiskey from Chichibu Ichiro, organic Demarara sugar, and drops of orange and aromatic bitters.
There is also a starter named Hawk – Taquitos De Tony. Flour tortillas are filled with chihuahua cheese, fried crispy and topped with grilled poblano sauce on a bed of lettuce. The chicken tinga costs $13 and the shredded brisket will set you back $16.
Kelly and Hawk have transformed the former Joe’s Crab Shack into a vibrant cantina with modern flair.
Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook sailboats in Newport Harbor, meaning guests can enjoy a drink or meal with a view.
Hook was the first skater ever to land the “900,” a trick that involves completing two and a half revolutions in mid-air on a snowboard, in 1999. Hook is pictured during a demonstration at the opening of the restaurant above
Hook and Kelly use giant scissors to cut the ribbon at the opening of their new restaurant
Lots of love: Hawke is seen above signing skateboards for fans at the opening
Hawk has brought kinetic energy and esports throughout the space by collecting and displaying cool artifacts including Kelly Slater’s skateboard, Shaun White’s snowboard, Lizzie Armanto’s skateboard, and Mat Hoffman’s BMX bike that was used to break the top air record – along with With historical photos and equipment from Hawke’s career.
Hawk was the first skater ever to land the ‘900’ a trick that involves completing two and a half revolutions in the air on a skateboard in 1999 and has since built a video game empire and appeared in movies and on TV shows.
A silent auction was also held at the opening in favor of the Tony Hawk Foundation.
Hook is seen above left taking part in the opening act at the restaurant, which overlooks Newport Harbor
GuacAmigos officially opened with the 50-year-old snowboarding champ wowing crowds with a variety of tricks outside the restaurant on the West Pacific Coast Hwy