Remember when the pandemic first hit El Paso hard and we had relied on ordering adult beverages to-go? Then places started popping up left and right that had drive-thrus specifically for the purpose of the pandemic. I definitely remember when Suck It Daiquiris drive-thru opened last year.

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Well, Suck It Daiquiris is located on the Eastside of El Paso, but the Northeast will be getting something similar. Sometime soon the Northeast of El Paso will bring a drive-thru for Candied Daiquiris. This new spot for people with a sweet tooth will be located at 8500 Dyer St. soon.

Michael Anthony shared the exciting news about Candied Daiquiris opening within a month. Now Michael Anthony is also a part of a seafood restaurant you have heard of, Krab Kingz Seafood. After Krab Kings Seafood has been having a successful period hopefully this new venture will have the same.

Michael Anthony certainly is excited to bring these fun drinks to the table. Get ready to get your thirst and possible brain freeze on El Paso. Candied Daiquiris could be opening any moment now since the announcement was made on September 4.

Plus the patio has tables that are perfectly separated to keep your social distance. So if you've been on the hunt for those frozen drinks decked out with candy, you can hit up Candied Daiquiris when they open.

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