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(Grapevine, TX)— Mesa, known for its authentic Mexican cuisine that keeps the likes of Jay-Z and Beyonce coming back for more, recently announced the grand opening of a second location. This time, the people of Grapevine and the surrounding areas will be one step closer to regularly enjoying original dishes with a Veracruz flair. Mesa’s new restaurant is open for business in Grapevine Station, located at 1000 Texan Trail, Suite 130.
“Of all of the restaurants in grapevine tx, we’re aiming to make sure that Mesa is one of the best. As an outpost of the famous Oak Cliff location, suburban residents will be able to enjoy the same beloved dishes without having to wrestle with that infamous Dallas traffic. We’ve got three times the space to accommodate our customers, much of which has been designed by chef Raul Reyes himself,” said Eder Teixeira of Mesa Restaurant.
Grapevine residents looking to enjoy Mesa’s now-famous authentic Mexican cuisine can do so every day of the week during dinner hours. Boasting an impressive menu of specialty drinks created exclusively by the Mesa team, the restaurant bar is open each weekday for happy hour from 4 to 7 P.M.
Teixeira went on to say, “There’s no doubt that Mesa is serving the best mexican food in grapevine tx, and the response to the second location certainly reflects that. We’re always happy to serve a full house of customers who love to eat as much as we do and truly appreciate a hearty, flavorful meal. We love being a part of the Grapevine community and look forward to having the opportunity to serve them for a long time to come.”
Local residents looking for the best Mexican restaurants grapevine tx can learn more about Mesa’s menu offerings at mesadallas.com.
About Mesa Restaurant:
Chef-Owners Raul and Olga Reyes come from Alvarado, Veracruz, a town built on a mile-wide strip of land with the Gulf of Mexico on one side and a brackish lagoon on the other. With the bounty of the sea close at hand, fresh seafood is a way of life in Alvarado. But Veracruz is also home to wild boar and turkey, to vanilla orchids and cacao, to tropical fruits and a rainbow of chiles. For nearly five hundred years, the cuisine of Alvarado has evolved through the influence of indigenous, Spanish, French and African cultures in the port city.
It is this food that Raul and Olga brought to Dallas with their former restaurant, La Palapa Veracruzana, which the Dallas Observer named the Best Mexican Restaurant in Dallas and that Pegasus News called “fresh, flavorful, unique, &“a destination for people who like to eat food and talk about it a lot afterwards.” Mesa offers the same authentic coastal cuisine Raul and Olga have been cooking and eating since their childhood.