B.A. Casa Tequila Opened in September

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BROKEN ARROW LOCATION RIBBON CUTTING: The one with the cutter is Patty Aguirre of Casa Tequila in Broken Arrow gets ready to cut the ribbon for the Broken Arrow location with her and her husband Carlos Aguirre and their daughters. To Patty Aquirre’s left in the photo is Broken Arrow Mayor Craig Thurmond.

Casa Tequila Mexican Kitchen, part of a locally and Hispanic-owned restaurant chain of Mexican food restaurants, open its doors in September and held its official ribbon cutting ceremony on the start of Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15. Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce, as well as City of Broken Arrow representatives have expressed their excitement at the prospect of their local business economy continuing to make progress despite the Covind-19 Pandemic. 
Casa Tequila Mexican Kitchen is well known its Harvard location in Tulsa for its margaritas, amazing service and superior Mexican food. Aside from the Casa Tequila restaurants in Tulsa and Broken Arrow, the locally owned company owns Mr. Mambo Mexican Grill in Broken Arrow. During the Pandemic, the company has made strenuous efforts to take health precautions, which they plan to continue doing at their new location.
“We’ve seen firsthand the impact that the pandemic has had on our local economy and we are pleased to see the growth in the community. Casa Tequila has invested in BA by beautifully renovating and transforming their building.  We look forward to seeing their business thrive and will be here in any capacity we can to assist them,” said Lori Lewis, Membership and Community Development Director, with the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce.
“We are excited that the Hispanic business community continues to grow and expand, even during these difficult times.” Said Francisco J. Trevino, spokesperson for the restaurant chain. “Casa Tequila will employ around 30 people, once we normalize from COVID-19, but for now, we will start with about 18 to 20 people which makes up over 100 people between all three of their restaurants.”
The Ribbon Cutting ceremony and small reception which followed, was led by City of Broken Arrow and Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce officials, who presented a special proclamation for their economic contribution. The Broken Arrow Casa Tequila is located at 1311 E. Hillside Dr.