Naco Mexican Eatery, based in northeast San Antonio, is scheduled to open in a third location in October near downtown.

According to a news release, Naco Grayson will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner at 310 W. Grayson St. in the SA Yacht Club development near Pearl.

Led by the husband-and-wife team of Francisco Estrada and Lizzeth Martinez, Naco Grayson is the third Naco Mexican Eatery concept for the duo.

The downtown-area restaurant, like the other two Naco eateries on the northeast side, will focus on traditional Mexican street foods, such as tacos, tortas and chilaquiles; and shareable appetizer options, such as Mexican white corn in a cup, queso fundido with chips and salsa, loaded frijoles borrachos, ceviche, and more. Naco Grayson will offer patio seating and a pickup window for to-go orders.

The SA Yacht Club development is owned by Christian Craft and is made up of four adapted shipping containers. Additional tenants joining Naco Grayson include Bexar Goods, Sari Sari Filipino restaurant, and Sippy’s Beer and Wine, the release states.

SA Yacht Club will also host to two Airbnbs that will be available for rent.

Martinez said she and Estrada are thankful for the opportunity to expand into a new location and share menu items inspired by family recipes.

“We can’t wait to bring Naco to this area and work alongside the other tenants at SA Yacht Club,” Martinez said in a statement.

Naco Grayson will be open Tue.-Sat. 8 a.m.-10 p.m. and Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. The restaurant will be closed on Mondays. The restaurant’s representatives said an official opening date will be announced soon.