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De Leon Foods plans second taco bar

De Leon Foods is planning to open a second taco bar.

The new De Leon’s Taco & Bar is slated to open in the Logan neighborhood, just north of the Gonzaga University campus.

“We are hoping to open late summer, early fall 2018,” owner Sergio De Leon said in an email to The Spokesman-Review. “We will serve tacos, burritos and other authentic Mexican dishes.”

The 4,000-square-foot building at the corner of East Nora Avenue formerly held Chapala Mexican Food. De Leon Foods recently purchased the property at 1801 N. Hamilton St. to house De Leon’s Taco & Bar No. 2.

The location marks the second taco bar for De Leon’s in two years. De Leon’s opened its first taco bar last year near the Whitworth University campus at 10208 N. Division St.

De Leon also owns and operates two grocery stores specializing in Mexican ingredients. It’s known for making its own tortillas – Sergio’s Tortillas, using Shepherd’s Grain – as well as tortilla chips, salsas and tamales. The stores are at 102 E. Francis Ave. in north Spokane and 15530 E. Sprague Ave. in Spokane Valley.

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