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Ramiro “Milo” Ramirez along with co-owner and sister Rosalia “Ro” Ramirez are not done taking over the world yet. They will be breaking ground Monday on the first phase of a Magnolia location of their wildly popular taqueria, Salsa Limón.

Salsa Limón is expanding their beloved brand to the rich culture of the Near Southside which will be their sixth shop, Monday February 13th at 10 a.m.

The long-awaited location in the hottest, creative district of Fort Worth is owned by Ryan Dodson and Dak Hatfield. Salsa Limón will share an 18,000 square foot mixed-use project consisting of two buildings and parking, separated by an outdoor paseo including a garden and patio.

The ever-growing Oaxacan-style restaurant will be housed in the Magnolia Avenue development with the brand new vintage record store, Panther City Vinyl. Salsa Limón has expanded its business three times in the last six months with the opening of its Downtown Fort Worth location, city-wide transfer of the beloved streamline moderne Museo building to The River District, and its newest endeavor − a location in Downtown Dallas.

Architects Studio 97w, contractor Crimson Building Company and developers Hatfield Properties and Dodson Companies estimate that the new development is set to open by the end of 2017.


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