Artsy Fartsy Foodies: Serrano’s
Margaritas, homemade bean dip, hot tortilla chips, enchiladas, tacos…mmmm…
All of these amazing Mexican traditions can be found under one roof, Serrano’s Mexican Food. And to our delight, Serrano’s Mexican Food will be joining us for Eat Your Art Out Chandler on February 26, 2013.
In 1979, Ernie and Eva Serrano were working in the family business, Serrano’s Clothing Store, in downtown Chandler. Using the same Serrano’s logo as their clothing stores, Ernie and Eva bravely opened their first restaurant just behind their clothing store. The restaurant quickly became a customer favorite.
Fast forward to today. The Serrano family now owns and operates eight restaurants with seven Mexican food locations in the Southeast area. Along with Ernie and Eva, six of their eight children are involved in the restaurants.
Envision colorful plates full of delicious Mexican food, your traditional Mexican music in the background and the table surrounded by great friends. That is exactly what you can expect each time you enter any of Serrano’s restaurants. Serrano’s uses only the freshest foods, direct from our growers in Queen Creek and Willcox, Arizona. If you are looking to fill your belly with tasty, traditional Mexican food, this is your one stop spot!
Come out Tuesday, February 26th, 2013 and join them for lunch or dinner (or both)!
25% of Sales will be donated to Chandler Center for the Arts.
- Sunday-Wednesday: 11 am to 9 pm
- Thursday-Saturday: 11 am to 10 pm
141 S Arizona Ave.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Please support the restaurants who support us! When you grab lunch or go out to dinner, try one of the participating Eat Your Art Out Chandler Restaurants.
On a side note…
Restaurants are now able to sign up for Eat Your Art Out Chandler on Tuesday, February 26, 2013. If your favorite restaurant is not on the list, let us know and we will contact them to see if they would like to participate. Bon Appétit!