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Popular Tex-Mex Chain Lupe Tortilla Makes Its Dallas Debut

The first outpost has arrived, and three more are in the works

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Lupe Tortilla, a Houston chain slinging sizzling plates of fajitas and more Tex-Mex classics, has officially joined the city’s already-crowded queso scene.

The chain opened its first of four planned locations at 3131 Regent Boulevard in Irving, according to a press release. At least three more outposts are in the works, including an Addison location at 4535 Belt Line Road set to open later this summer. Restaurants in Allen and Fort Worth will follow in late 2019 and early 2020, respectively.

The Las Colinas location features colorful interiors and a patio with Adirondack chairs for lounging near the fountain. The extensive menu features 60 items including sizzling platters of beef or chicken fajitas, tacos, enchiladas, quesadillas, burritos, and more ubiquitous Tex-Mex dishes alongside menu sections devoted to plates of seafood, carne asada, chicken, and vegetarian options. House-made flour and corn tortillas are also on offer. Predictably, frozen margaritas and Mexican beer abound.

Lupe Tortilla is officially open in Irving for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Stay tuned for the remaining Lupe Tortilla openings in North Texas.

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