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Hyman and Angel Arredondo are...

Wednesday, August 24, 2011 • Posted August 24, 2011

Hyman and Angel Arredondo are proud to announce the grand opening of Tacos Locos 4 Ever. Their doors opened to the public July 26, 2011. Tacos Locos 4 Ever is a food concession trailer that is stationed at 1017 Ft. Mckavitt (Highway 87 North), just across from Ft. McKavett Inn. Tacos Locos 4 Ever will be out of town some days at festivals and fairs, but will return to its same location most days. Hyman brings 30 years of cooking experience to Mason with a certified professional food managers’ license. Tacos Locos 4 Ever serves a wide variety of Tex-Mex food with a California flair. It’s not fast food it’s good food, cooked to order and fresh. Some of their items include: The Monstro Burrito, a huge bite out of Texas, The Mero-Mero Torta, also known as the “Mexican Sub Sandwich”, and their popular order with the ladies, Bolsitas, pita pockets stuffed with meat and fresh cabbage. Also! Don’t forget the Platito De Tacos, commonly known as Mexican Street Tacos. Just like Old Mexico. They also serve a Tejano Burger, a mountain of meat topped with Chipotle sauce, a fresh green pepper, and Jalapeño cheese. Tacos Locos 4 Ever will be offering a Puncher & Cowgirl student special Mon-Fri 12-1 p.m. that will consist of a beef Torta and soda for $5.00. Their business hours are Tuesday-Wednesday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Thursday-Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and reopened from 8 p.m.-12a.m. Tacos Locos 4 Ever will be closed on Sundays and Mondays. Call-in orders are welcome at (325) 218-2764. Hyman and Angel would like to thank Mason residents for their patronage, and they look forward to serving the community of Mason. Pictured above, the Tacos Locos crew were joined by the Mason County Chamber of Commerce for an official ribbon cutting on Friday.

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