MEXICAN RESTAURANT OPENING DELAYED
JEREMY WALTNER – PUBLISHER
The Tienda CentroAmerica restaurant that was scheduled to open this week Thursday, Oct. 15 is now scheduled to open the following week instead. According to a Facebook post by the building’s owner early this week, the new opening date is slated for the weekend of Oct. 23-24.
As reported last week, the new Mexican restaurant will join a Central American grocery store that has been in operation inside the former Chislic House just south of the Freeman Country Inn on Highway 81 since the end of August. It will feature foods from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, as well as American fare. Business owner Irma Siyes also said she hopes to introduce a Chinese buffet at a later point.
Siyes owns the business with her husband, Marcos.