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Taqueria El Autentico opens in Tribune

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Ramiro Flores Reyes and his wife Glenda Zaldivar.

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Ramiro Flores Reyes and his wife Glenda Zaldivar.

As of Tuesday, February 13th, a new restaurant, Taqueria El Autentico, opened in Tribune. Proprietors are Ramiro Flores Reyes and his wife, Glenda Zaldivar. They live in Tribune and have one daughter, Nathalie, who is 15 months old. The restaurant is in the former Burger Bar, at 222 W. Highway 96. It will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and closed on Mondays. There are breakfast, lunch and dinner items on the menu. Ramiro said they will offer American, Mexican and Honduras food. “Honduran food is quite different than Mexican. We hope people will come in and try it and see the difference.” He added that their specialty is tacos. The former Burger Bar building has been redecorated and re-equipped. Ramiro said there was very little in the building – he had to buy tables and chairs, and all the kitchen equipment. “Four members of my family came to help with the cleaning of the building,” he said. The kitchen is big, as well as the dining area, said Ramiro. “We have been working on it since October. It was important to get everything done the right way. We also appreciate all the help we got from people in town.” In addition to Ramiro and Glenda, Taqueria El Autentico will employ a cook and a bus-boy. “This is a new beginning for Glenda and me,” commented Ramiro. “We have kitchen experience, but have never owned a place. We are very excited to open this restaurant. We want to welcome everyone to come and enjoy tacos and our other food.” The phone number for Taqueria El Autentico is 747-252-3704.
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