Willy Taco’s Boiling Springs spot opened at the finish of October, bringing the popular neighborhood Mexican cafe to the northern portion of the county.
“We’ve usually thought the Willy Taco concept experienced genuinely great legs. In our view, it’s a effectively-conceived strategy that men and women appear to love and people from Boiling Springs have been eating with us because we opened our doorways in 2013,” Kenneth Cribb, a associate in Hub Metropolis Hospitality, LLC, informed the Spartanburg Herald-Journal in June.
Hub Town Hospitality, LLC, owns two other Willy Taco areas in Spartanburg’s Primary Street and Laurens Street in Greenville alongside with FR8Lawn and Flock Store, the two in Spartanburg.
Patrons can count on Willy Taco’s signature Mexican fusion menu which underwent some adjustments in excess of the summer season. The new locale has out of doors dining out there.
Go through a lot more about the new Willy Taco beneath along with data on a new retail outlet in WestGate Mall, a downtown Spartanburg restaurant celebrating its grand opening, a new steakhouse coming to downtown Woodruff, and Arrowhead Design Company’s new business office.
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Boiling Springs Willy Taco
- Willy Taco’s Boiling Springs area opened Oct. 27.
- This is the 3rd Willy Taco site for Hub Town Hospitiality, LLC, which also owns FR8Property and Flock Store.
- The new restaurant took around the previous Fatz Cafe at 1925 Boiling Springs Road.
- Patrons can expect the restaurant’s signature Mexican fusion menu.
First report:Willy Taco to open new Boiling Springs spot
Regional Model Outfitters
- Neighborhood Brand name Outfitters’ items are all designed in the Carolinas with 80% coming from Spartanburg.
- Items include local clothing brands, artwork finished by area artists, add-ons, candles and extra.
- Community Model Outfitters is owned by JC Caldwell, Travis Dawkins and Curtis Dawkins and opened Nov. 7. It is situated in Suite 120 at WestGate Mall.
- Caldwell explained with the the latest information of the mall’s individual bankruptcy, he hopes his store will convey a new life to WestGate Shopping mall.
Arrowhead Style Co. Inc.
- Arrowhead Design and style Co. Inc., creators of Burg Clothing, opened its new business at 870 E. Key St. in Spartanburg.
- The enterprise offers web, emblem and graphic design together with video, image, social media and advertising services.
- Arrowhead’s business office is open up by appointment Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. but the Burg Clothing retail store is only functioning on the web at burgapparel.com due to COVID-19.
- Southern cuisine cafe Tulip Tree owned owned by Aaron Wilkie and Thomas Hawkins celebrated its grand opening Nov. 13.
- The restaurant’s basic supervisor Chris Eubanks explained precautions will be manufactured to help prevent the distribute of COVID-19 by utilizing paper menus, spacing tables for social distancing and earning confident everything is sanitized.
- The farm-to-table restaurant located at 121 W. Primary St. in the former Renato in Centro locale.
Claudio’s Bistro in Woodruff
- A new steakhouse owned by Claudio Garcia is coming to Principal Road in downtown Woodruff.
- Garcia hopes to open up Claudio’s Bistro ahead of Xmas and told the Herald-Journal the constructing is still underneath design.
- The foods will be very similar to Longhorn Steakhouse, Garcia stated.
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