Enchiladas Y Mas set to reopen in North Central Austin

Enchiladas Y Mas is scheduled to open again at the end of July. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)
Enchiladas Y Mas is scheduled to open again at the end of July. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)

Enchiladas Y Mas is scheduled to open again at the end of July. (Jack Flagler/Community Impact Newspaper)

Enchiladas Y Mas is scheduled to reopen near the end of July, according to new owners Eva and Carmen Hernandez. The sisters bought the business earlier in 2020 from family members Robert and Mary Martinez, the original owners.


After making some updates over the course of eight weeks, Eva and Carmen said in an Instagram post they decided to hold off a little longer past their originally scheduled opening date due to rising COVID-19 cases in the area and diminishing restaurant opening capacity. 512-467-7100. www.instagram.com/enchiladasymas


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