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Culture Food New Salsa Limon prepares to open on Magnolia

New Salsa Limon prepares to open on Magnolia

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Salsita, AKA Salsa Limon, is launching their newest location, “Maggie” in the Near Southside, at 1455 Magnolia Ave. on Oct. 25.

Salsita aims to spice up their menu by offering vegan options, homemade queso, and the return of fan-favorite “Rock-A-Mole” – their signature house guacamole. The new spot will also serve seasonal cocktails as well as local beer on tap year round. Their unrivaled customer service is only going to evolve with the installation of a new ordering app designed to create a fast and convenient taco experience.

, Owner Milo Ramirez said, “Our mission is to ‘wow the world, one taco at a time.’ The opening of Maggie feels like we are coming home. From our first truck to our first storefront, our roots run deep in the Southside. We are excited to bring the Salsita brand to our people who supported us from the very beginning. Maggie will serve the Near Southside community the best we have to offer — great service, great food, and a great experience.”

Like each Salsa Limón locale, the decor will reflect the district. With 3,000 square feet of space at the new location, the owners wanted to get creative with the introduction of new features like a patio bar, massive media screen, and a dance floor for late-night salsa dancing. Maggie plans to use the large media screen as a platform to showcase Fort Worth artists by screening local, digital art, photography, short films, and music videos. Maggie will embody the artistic spirit of Fairmount by partnering with local artists, embracing late night hangs, and hosting live music. Maggie was built by Dak Hatfield and Ryan Dodson, and designed by 97w.

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