The restaurant focuses on recipes brought directly from Mexico, including “authentic food from the streets of any small or large town of (Mexican state) Michoacán,” according to its website.
The menu at the new Taqueria El Comal is the same as the Hamilton location, and may be viewed at www.taqueriabridgewaterfalls.com.
The new location’s interior is 6,615 square feet and its patio seating area is 1,278 square feet. That gives it enough room for 42 tables of indoor dining and 14 tables of outdoor dining, Fuentes said.
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It has hired 20 employees and continues to add more in person, she said.
Bridgewater Falls, which saw fast-food burger franchise Burgerim close its doors Jan. 19, soon after announced that a new Mexican cuisine restaurant would be coming to the lifestyle center.
The 65-acre lifestyle center continues to negotiate with other national tenants and is seeking new local and regional restaurants and retailers to complement the existing businesses.