open for business

DSCN8862Lupita’s has now relocated to 3rd and Dixie Hwy. and is looking like a brand new pair of shoes.   Passed all the stringent tests from the inspectors and so they should have.  You should see how clean it is!  They put in a new floor.  The menu has not changed so the prices remain the same, affordable.   The NEW is they have a beer and wine license. DSCN8860 It is a family affair with cousins nephews all working to succeed.  Seen here is Felipe Gomez and cashier Danielle.  Had  brief chat with owner Eduardo who is looking forward to the soon to open patio with awning. DSCN8863 That was such a part of the other location.  He mention even in this short time they have already doubled their business.   They also have added some Vegan to the menu to truly encompass our whole community.   I love the interior colors and hope that Freda Kahlo makes more appearances on their walls.  Now if they could open just a wee bit earlier but why ruin a formula that has worked for them.  I love their breakfast burritos. Wishing them all the luck they deserve. A  true American success story.DSCN8867

This is just what I saw however I do recall there is a room just off to the right of this photo where neighborhood meetings could take place behind those double doors.  Certainly large enough for small parties, lunch meetings etc. etc.    Let me not forget the parking, it is much easier to maneuver in and out.  The service remains the same place your order, pay and they will call your number.

editors note:  having spent over 8 years in Austin Texas, it takes 7 to become a Texas citizen.  I know my TexMex food and there is no better here than Lupita’s.  DSCN8864

About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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1 Response to open for business

  1. says:

    Loved the old place, can’t wait until I go to their new one.


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