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Rosas cafe arkansas

Rosas cafe arkansas

Rosa's cafe

Rosa’s Cafe is an upscale, fast-casual restaurant concept - one of the fastest growing segments in the restaurant industry. The first Rosa’s Cafe was built in 1983 in San Angelo, Texas. In 1995, Bobby D. Cox purchased the brand with its five locations. Today, Rosa’s Cafe has expanded to more than 45 company-owned restaurants with locations in North, Central and West Texas. There is one company-owned Rosa’s Café in Hobbs, NM and an independently owned Rosa’s Café in Temecula, California. It’s All About the Great Taste... The signature products at Rosa’s Cafe are the beef and chicken fajitas, marinated and grilled to perfection over real West Texas mesquite wood giving them their distinct flavor. Other popular menu items include crispy and soft tacos, Mexican dinner plates, sour cream chicken enchiladas, taco salads, burritos, tostadas, tamales and made-from-scratch tortillas and sopapillas. The complimentary salsa bar includes fresh pico de gallo and salsas of different seasonings to top off any meal with a mouth-watering zest. Boasting the attributes of most full-service, sit-down Mexican food restaurants, Rosa’s Cafe is unique in having an express drive-thru window to complement their authentic and colorful interior decor. Whether dining in or using the drive-thru, customers can be assured that their service will be incredibly fast and delicious.

At Rosa’s Café, fresh ingredients aren’t just a premium, they’re a point of pride. In fact, none of the fast-casual, Mexican restaurant’s 31 locations, spanning most of west Texas, even have a freezer. “Everything is prepared fresh daily,” says VP of Operations Carlos Hernandez. “It’s what helps give Rosa’s its authentic flavor profile.” Homemade tortillas, seared fajitas and a salsa bar featuring more than a half-dozen varieties have drawn a loyal following since 1988. As Rosa’s continues to expand throughout the state, Hernandez says the chain has had to employ dedicated property-scouting teams to find locations large enough to accommodate the 280-seat restaurants. Maybe everything is bigger (and fresher) in Texas.

Was out showing homes and needed a quick bite. Decided to try Rosas cafe for the first time. It's a cute concept and I've noticed most if not all have drive throughs. They have a pretty large...Boasting the attributes of most full-service, sit-down Mexican food restaurants, Rosa’s Cafe is unique in having an express drive-thru window to complement their authentic and colorful interior decor. Whether dining in or using the drive-thru, customers can be assured that their service will be incredibly fast and delicious.

 

 

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