If you were a contestant, an observer or a volunteer participating in the Dewey Dash last year (an event sponsored by the Town and Country Library), you will remember the fantastic delicious tacos donated by Chico’s Tacos. They received rave reviews from everyone.
Now, we have the privilege of welcoming the Lopez family with the opening of their new location at 107 Valley Drive Suite E in Elburn. A Ribbon Cutting is scheduled for Thursday, April 5, at 10 a.m. Chico’s Tacos is the first Mexican restaurant for Elburn.
Chico’s Tacos is a family owned business, and the whole family, Felipe, Juanita and their sons, Alex, Junior and Joshua (his nickname is Chico, thus the name of the business), are involved. The Lopez’s make everything fresh each day from family recipes handed down from their parents and, believe me, you will want to stuff yourself “till kingdom come” once you’ve had a taste. I have had Mexican food in Mexico and from one end of the USA to the other, and Chico’s Tacos is at the top of my list, and will be yours, too, once you’ve tasted their offerings.
As an ambassador and the Elburn Chamber of Commerce’s Ribbon Cutting Event coordinator, I invite and encourage everyone to be a part of this celebration. The Lopez’s have shown their commitment to Elburn with their participation and donations (I understand they have already made a commitment for a donation at this year’s Dewey Dash). We can show our gratitude for their dedication by attending their Ribbon Cutting. Put the April 5 date on your calendar now.
H. Jack Hansen