Friday, July 15, 2011

Gloria’s Restaurant Opens new Restaurant in the Bishop Arts District

With Gloria’s Restaurants going 13 locations strong and one soon to be added in Houston, this past April 11th 2011 something strange happened at one of their locations recently, it closed.  You may be wondering which location, the location that started it all 25 years ago in Oak Cliff.  While many locals called the evening bittersweet, many were excited because the new Gloria’s opened a couple of nights later on Gloria’s 25th anniversary at the historic Fire Station No. 15 building, April 14th, 2011.  While Gloria’s Restaurants boast a very modern exterior, the owners Jose and Gloria Fuentes agreed to keep the historic look and feel of the building because of the areas conservation district requirements.  While many loved the first location, its lack of parking and 2,700 square feet of space made it a necessity to find a new location.  The new location boasts about 5,000 square feet of space nearly doubling the size of the old location.  The Fire Station also has 2 different levels for patio lounging.  While the inside has been totally renovated to look sleek and beautiful, there is still one piece of history that still remains, the fire pole.  If you haven’t visited our newest location yet, come by and have a margarita with us! 

Gloria’s Restaurants are growing in popularity, not only in Dallas/Fort Worth area, but also within the cities of Austin and Houston. To learn more about Gloria’s Latin American Restaurants please visit Come visit any location near you and experience the authentic Latin American dishes and Tex-Mex Cuisine.      

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